I took a look at the Defined Language Collection repository. Alas, apparently no one has added an entry for Julia. I’m not an experienced user of Julia, so I’d be a poor candidate to produce an entry for Julia. Surely some NotePad++ users must be using it for Julia code. What language are they specifying?
@woodrow-smith said in Default Directory Issue:
Notepad++ > Settings > Preferences > Default Directory > Follow Current Document
I’ve always found this choice to be the most reliable and (thus luckily) the one that makes the most sense to want to use.
Maybe there is a “disconnect” about how you think this is supposed to work? Maybe walk us through an example? Otherwise, I think it is working fine for the vast majority of users, so I don’t think there’s anything else anyone can do to help.
Had the same issue. Started about 2 weeks ago.
Cause: Config file “DockingManager” BottomHeight is set to “0”. and should be “200”
I tried updating it and restarting but the change would get reverted automatically.
I Was able to get it working doing the following:
Go to ~/Appdata/Roaming/Notepad++
2, Rename the Config file to Config.old
The Config file will be recreated an Search will start working.
Hope this helps.
Follow this steps,To Sorting with a “column mode” selection
Step 1:- Line Up Columns using the TextFX Plugin
Step 1 :- Select the pipe (|) character that separates the “columns” and copy it to the clipboard:
Step 2 :- Select all the text and use Line up multiple lines by (Clipboard Character):
Step 3 :- We have now lined up the text using the pipe (|) character to make it look like a table with columns
Step 2:- Move and Sort Columns
Step 4:- Use Alt+Mouse Dragging or Alt+Shift+Arrows to select the “colums” you want to move.
Step 5:- Drag the columns to the start of the first line. You can also Cut (CTRL+X) the selected columns, move the caret to the start of the first line, then Paste (CTRL+V) the columns there.
Step 6:- Select all the text and use Sort Lines Lexicographically Ascending:
Step 7:- We have now sorted the text alphabetically by the first “columns”:
I hope this information will be usefull for you.
@Pierre-de-la-Verre said in 7.8.8 does not show the update to 7.8.9:
bug or feature?
feature, and also a FAQ
There’s a delay in time before that gets turned on.
This is to prevent mass early adoption in case a huge flaw is discovered in a new release.
This has been somewhat mitigated by the “release candidate” approach that has been taken lately, but I suspect only a very small fraction of even those that follow Notepad++ closely even try the “RC”.
@Tony-Guy-Parker In settings for this plugin you can check:
Persist clipboard list across sessions
and all clipboard will be save to NPP\plugins\Config\MultiClipboardSession.dat. You can manually copy/restore this file if necessary (by hand or other tools).
@Hans-v-Buitenen Bug for this https://github.com/notepad-plus-plus/notepad-plus-plus/issues/7931.
You should try this plugin https://github.com/funap/npp-explorer-plugin, it has some alert for such case:
Hi, you can restore the deleted word files for the backup folder, but if the files not there then try a free utility program like recuva, stellar data recovery free edition, tesdisk. These utility programs are able to recover deleted files efficiently. Thanks
If you truly want the whole line highlighted, you can do a marking operation similar to what Peter shows, but do it in regular expression search mode and use a Find what field of:
where word1, etc is your text of interest.
There are some limitations: won’t save/restore with restarts of N++, new text added to the file after the marking operation won’t automagically get the highlighting…probably some other issues as well.
There are cases where Project save wrong path:
@donho It would be worth exploring it because I can see that the more people noticed this :)
@Lyoid-Fussell said in XML Duplicates:
Is there an easy way to search an xml file for duplicate entries?
Hard to say without example data. However one method could be to work on a copy of the file as this would be a destructive test.
First remove all lines of code except the one you want to test on, assuming it contains lines rather than just lots of code all bunched together.Sort the lines so duplicates are together. A regular expression could easily spot duplicates.
Note this is just a high level description. To provide an actual process requires you provide actual example data. To insert examples, first insert them into the posting window, then highlight them and press the </> button above. This puts a black box around the examples preventing the website from potentially mangling the data.