ok i see
‘Keep selection when right-click outside of selection’ has been added, or will be added to the next NPP version (as an option).
So I will remove this specific feature from my
once I have updated my NPP and tested the native option.
@PeterJones I ran the program as administrator, and plugins were not removed from me. I selected the necessary plugins, clicked “delete”, confirmed the deletion, and after restarting the program started again with the same plugins))) And I started Notepad ++ as an administrator. I could solve the problem myself: I just went into the folder, went into the folder with plugins, selected all the folders (except for the config folder, because the text editor would be unstable without it), moved it to the trash, then cleared it, launched Notepad ++ again and no plugins never saw again.
@Alan-Kilborn said in Want the ability to delete some context menu items from Doc Switch panel:
Originally, I was going to develop a plug-in that would disable or change context menus, but after two days of holding onto it because of my poor knowledge of MFC coding, I decided to modify the source code of notepad++ and build it in Visual Studio Community edition. So I searched the source code files and found out which parts to modify. As you can see from the screenshot, I had to modify two files.
I finally succeeded in building the error code by using Google search power to search for the error code and correct the problem after half a day without being able to build it due to minor warnings and errors in the source code. The built ‘notepad++.exe’ file was overwritten in a folder that was already installed, and most of the menu items were removed as I wanted, such as a screenshot.
Before that, it was common to be embarrassed because it was difficult to predict which direction the tall context menu panel would be displayed vertically, or to accidentally press the “close all” item. I’m so happy that it didn’t happen anymore.
I turned off ‘automatic updates’, but even if I update them later, I’ll have to get the source code for the new version, modify it like this, and build it. If a competent developer develop and release the Doc Switcher as a single plug-in or, like I did, an advanced plug-in that has eliminated most of the context menu items, this inconvenience will be eliminated. But In my Google search, I found a lot of similar requests for improvement on DocSwitcher over the last five years. Judging from the fact that they haven’t been reflected at all so far, I don’t think I can expect much from now on. Thank you both for your answers.
yes I see, I guess some kind of notification, as you wrote, is needed here.
The wording NPPN_PARAMETERS_CHANGED might be a bit misleading
as the mono-instance is still reporting its parameters correctly.
Native speakers - what do you suggest? :-)