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by inspector71
21 Jan 2020 03:22
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Creations built using RJtextEd
Replies: 35
Views: 9618

Re: Creations built using RJtextEd

Thanks. Your feedback appreciated. Programming can be lonely work and it is good to share. We all work on those things that we hold dear and I like to bring graphical applications to life. I find the square boxes with grey buttons to dull for real existence which is full of colour and vitality. IF ...
by inspector71
21 Jan 2020 03:20
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Useful Tools Complementary to RJTe
Replies: 22
Views: 5381

Re: Useful Tools Complementary to RJTe

Another tool that is now useful to RJTextEd is ReactOS 0.4.14. I have been pushing ReactOS for a few years now but only recently has it become stable and usable enough to confidently install your typical Windows applications. During some recent testing I installed RJText Ed flawlessly, it runs well...
by inspector71
21 Jan 2020 02:57
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?

Hi Unsure if this is of much use other than to hopefully prove my initial title for this thread was not completely false :) Here's another example that just happened now. https://i.imgur.com/QyKHvAm.png Kinda interesting how the brace match highlighting keeps going strong but the folding not so much...
by inspector71
18 Jan 2020 03:31
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Useful Tools Complementary to RJTe
Replies: 22
Views: 5381

Re: Useful Tools Complementary to RJTe

Unsure if this fits here but I've been struggling to find a decent replacement for the very limited HTML <select> box. Since day dot, that standard <select> has supported text searching but with nearly zero reasonable user feedback! So most users have no clue it's available or whether it's working i...
by inspector71
18 Jan 2020 02:50
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Creations built using RJtextEd
Replies: 35
Views: 9618

Re: Creations built using RJtextEd

Wow, these gauges are incredible! Such detail and graphical richness. I do not really use desktop widgets myself but these are the sort of quality graphical apps that make me wonder why the Windows time setter / picker has to be relatively dull! Very sweet work and, also, I think it's a very cool id...
by inspector71
18 Jan 2020 02:44
Forum: Published Code
Topic: Pascal Emmet
Replies: 51
Views: 6350

Re: Pascal Emmet

Just noticed this thread. Wow , you published / open sourced some of your code Rickard! That's sensational. Cannot be over-rated. I know there's a lot of open source code out there but you have made a step from closed to open and that is no doubt a great benefit for others and I find that a very pro...
by inspector71
18 Jan 2020 02:29
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Please give your cat a good scratch for me. Purring would be the ideal result Done! And yes, she purred, as if giving you her best regards (as I mentioned it was from you). Awwwh, that's truly beautiful and I thank you graciously for sharing. Just this once, I do not even think it is reasonable for...
by inspector71
16 Jan 2020 04:12
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Ahhh, what the heck, here's the annotated screenshot I made to document things for Rickard: ( in my most authoritarian voice ) Well, what a fine piece of computer code we see here! Well done! ...Also my cat approves! :wink: LOL, that's sincerely so very much appreciated pjj. Thank you for that huma...
by inspector71
15 Jan 2020 02:12
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Unfortunately, my vulnerability to criticism is just at an all time overloaded high ATM. What if I promised I would only praised your code? :-D Haha, well that is very kind and as things have gone well with the first Perl example, maybe that will help. Ahhh, what the heck, here's the annotated scre...
by inspector71
14 Jan 2020 03:42
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Let's see if I still have your email address :) ... hmmm, seemingly not. May I suggest something? If you post your code samples here on the forum, other users would be able to try them in their different settings and find out if code folding works for them or not -- and it will help find the issue....
by inspector71
13 Jan 2020 09:59
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

As pjj said - code samples and screenshots would be helpful :-D If you can create a few example files containing all the issues you have found, that would be great. Then send them to me through email. No worries, that makes sense. I guess the first query that comes to mind is what would be the best...
by inspector71
13 Jan 2020 09:53
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

Re: Is code folding generally buggy?

Are other people ever experiencing this code folding issue? I for one have never experienced problems with code folding (JS, PHP). That's really great. I'm glad that you are having that experience and thanks for posting because it's hopefully helpful to know that it is not necessarily a widespread ...
by inspector71
12 Jan 2020 03:54
Forum: Bugs
Topic: SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?
Replies: 13
Views: 448

SOLVED: Is code folding generally buggy?

Hi Thank you so very much for what is an excellent editor. I do not want to be one of those people who just complains all the time. RJTE is a very impressive editor but, as with all software, there's bugs. Some bigger than others :) I've been sitting on the code folding buggyness for quite a while b...
by inspector71
10 Oct 2019 02:17
Forum: Next release
Topic: Version 14.20
Replies: 8
Views: 2164

Re: Version 14.20

Wow, massive update!

Thanks for all the hard work. Might take some slight adjustments to assimilate the new FTP options but hopefully all for the better :)

Thanks again!
by inspector71
02 Oct 2019 03:40
Forum: Bugs
Topic: [sFTP] Save to remote hangs, RJTE crashes, if server returns permission denied
Replies: 2
Views: 815

Re: [sFTP] Save to remote hangs, RJTE crashes, if server returns permission denied

How are you saving / uploading the file? Was it opened from the remote server and then saved, or is it a new document and you try to use "Save As", or use the file commander to copy a local file to the server? Good questions :) Not entirely sure at this point but I will try to get some answers for ...