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  • in reply to: Next alpha coming soon? #9511
    daantje
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    You are absolutely right. So ti was two months ago. Somehow that one did not get into my mailbox. Damn spam filters ;-).
    But I think there is a point I try to make. Personally I think Multi Edit could have done a better job to keep their alpha testers up-to-date on the progress of the project and what we can expect. Communication is key to keep your community happy, especially if things are not going as expected. That is all.

    Daniël

    in reply to: Next alpha coming soon? #9509
    daantje
    Participant

    Great that the project is still alive! That said, I think the newsletter you are referring to is over 5 months old :(
    So what are the plans related to alpha testing and beta testing? When can we expect to see more. I think Multi Edit is doing a poor job in keeping their alpha testers informed.

    Regards,

    Daniël

    in reply to: Next alpha coming soon? #9512
    daantje
    Participant

    Hello Multi Edit… Is the project still alive?

    in reply to: "File" Menu Option: Defects #9274
    daantje
    Participant

    (2) For closing a file, there should be both an X on the tab and an X for the window of the current file (i.e. at the far right of the screen, in line with the menu items.[/quote:vvhcj9dx]There should also be a Close menu option when you right-click a tab.[/quote:vvhcj9dx]
    I will second these points. Please and Thank you.[/quote:vvhcj9dx]
    And so do I.

    in reply to: General Developer to Tester Questions #9224
    daantje
    Participant

    Maybe a silly question, but are you testing on Windows 7, in its different flavors, during development?

    Daniël

    in reply to: General Developer to Tester Questions #9223
    daantje
    Participant

    Os: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Dutch.
    MultiEdit: 0.1.333

    I do see the search window and searching works kind of. I do get results, but I also see a lot of strange behavior such as:
    – Scrolling window while collecting the search results.
    – Find 0 tab does stays at the same position during resize of the MultiEdit window, and therefor is not visible anymore.

    Daniël

    in reply to: General Defects #9243
    daantje
    Participant

    Os: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Dutch.
    MultiEdit: 0.1.333

    Home and End keys do nothing. The don’t got to the start or end of the line.

    in reply to: "Search" Menu Option: Defects #9242
    daantje
    Participant

    Os: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Dutch.
    MultiEdit: 0.1.333

    In Search – Find – Search all, default settings:
    Double-clicking a found item in the "Find 0" tab does not move the focus and cursor to that item.

    [2012-06-09] Edit: I found that in another scenario that the double-click to jump to the found item did work.

    in reply to: "File" Menu Option: Defects #9240
    daantje
    Participant

    Os: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Dutch.
    MultiEdit: 0.1.333

    Menu: File – Exit

    On closing MultiEdit x it gives message box with:
    Error #1020
    Found_Str too LONG.
    Clicking OK on the message box closes the application.

    in reply to: General Defects #9239
    daantje
    Participant

    Os: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Dutch.
    MultiExit: 0.1.333

    Why does MultiEdit x try to store application or user data in the program files folder? This will be an issue for a lot of users, especially in restricted environments. Please follow Microsoft recommendations where to put application and user related data.

    I had to create the folders manually.

    Daniël

    in reply to: Welcome #9182
    daantje
    Participant

    I am really looking forward to see and test the new Multi-Edit x :-).

    Daniël

    in reply to: Search regular expressions #9169
    daantje
    Participant

    Hi,

    Use the perl regular expression with a negative look ahead. A good starter may be: [code:328fhita]<img\s(?!.*alt=.*?)[/code:328fhita]

    Daniël

    in reply to: What GUI libraries should be used? #8382
    daantje
    Participant

    Maybe the .NET option is missing (maybe even in a portable form through code that compiles and runs for both Windows and Linux (through Mono).

    In general, would a switch to .NET not solve a great lot of the Unicode issues?

    Daniël

    in reply to: How should we implement the Unicode editing core? #8381
    daantje
    Participant

    I agree with Andy, as long as the partial loading is not broken, that is fully up to you.

    Daniël

    in reply to: How should the next version of Multi-Edit be implemented? #8380
    daantje
    Participant

    More and more of my code is Unicode, especially with loads of XML editing I have to do. More often then I like, I have to switch to another editor.

    Daniël

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