bug in tab names



  • take a look at these two tab names:

    https://i.imgur.com/nHrt35j.jpg

    amazing!

    first happened in one tab (after moving) and then on the second one!



  • @patrickdrd

    is this just for info or do you need help identifying the root of the cause?
    If the latter is the case, see here.

    Cheers
    Claudia



  • Notepad++ v7.5.6 (32-bit)
    Build time : Mar 19 2018 - 00:26:59
    Path : D:\Utilities\PortableApps\Notepad++\notepad++.exe
    Admin mode : ON
    Local Conf mode : ON
    OS : Windows 7 (64-bit)
    Plugins : AutoSave.dll BracketsCheck.dll combine.dll ComparePlugin.dll DSpellCheck.dll LocationNavigate.dll LuaScript.dll nppcrypt.dll NppTextFX.dll PluginManager.dll PythonScript.dll XMLTools.dll



  • @patrickdrd

    the first thing I would try is running npp without plugins
    either by running it with the commandline switch -noPlugin
    or by, temporarily, renaming the plugin folder.

    If this solves your issue, which I assume it does, then you could
    reactivate one plugin after the other to see which one is the causing one.

    I do suspect the autosave plugin - just because of its feature to save files.

    If disabling plugins doesn’t help and npp is still showing this behavior,
    I would give it a try to use the official portable npp version.
    Just because I know that portableapps do something in addition to make
    npp be portable. Download one of the .zip/.7z versions from the npp homepage.

    Cheers
    Claudia



  • I didn’t use portableapps to download npp,
    that’s just the name of the folder that I keep all my portable applications,
    npp among them, I always download npp from the original website (yours),
    after restarting npp the strange name in tab names was gone and it hasn’t appeared again, it was just a random one I think like another one I posted a while back
    (and it still exists) with random crashes of npp on app exit



  • @patrickdrd

    npp among them, I always download npp from the original website (yours),

    Just to make sure - I’m a npp user as you are- I haven’t developed npp.
    The credit goes to @Don-HO .

    it was just a random one I think like another one

    hard to track down in such cases - just can say that I never experienced such thing.

    Cheers
    Claudia



  • ok for the first one, I didn’t know,
    but anyway, I like npp a lot,
    I’ve got a very old ue version aside
    just for my second editor,
    I hated it when it became so heavy,
    npp is my main editor,
    one of the reasons is that it’s very light

    and I like your help here too,
    your contribution makes npp a much better editor

    anyway, about the last part:
    I know and I agree that it should be some plugin,
    maybe autosave, but I need it too and
    I think those crashes/misbehaviors are minor in
    comparison to what it offers,
    since I got used to it (and my other plugins)


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