Emmet not working
Installed Notepad++ (7.5.8.) and Emmet 64bit (1.0.0.)
However, the commands in Plugins/Emmet/xxxx are not working.
H0w to correct that?
chcg last edited by
Where did you install Emmet 64bit from? From https://github.com/emmetio/npp#readme there seems to be no such version.
https://github.com/emmetio/npp/issues seems to be the right place, but there seem to exist already 64bit issues.
downloaded from http://emmet.io
The only Emmet plugin I see on that site is a 32-bit one.
PeterJones last edited by PeterJones
I, too, only see a 32-bit.
If I follow the URL you gave, and then go to Download page, then to the Notepad++ page, it takes me https://github.com/emmetio/npp#readme. From there, I click on the “Download EmmetNPP”, which gives me a 32-bit DLL.
If you try to install a 32-bit DLL in the 64-bit Notepad++, it won’t work. Further, if you were able to find a 64-bit EmmetNPP plugin, and installed it in a 32-bit NPP, it also wouldn’t work.
Could you go to your Notepad++'s
Debug Info, and
copy debug info to clipboard, and paste it here? If your copy of Notepad++ is able to recognize the Emmet plugin, it will be listed in the Plugins. If not, then either the two aren’t compatible (32-bit vs 64-bit, or because of some other change that’s going on … especially since Don Ho seems to be restructuring where plugins will go).
Oh, wait, you did imply that you can see the
Plugins > Emmetmenu with
xxxxitems… that probably means that something in the way that EmmetNPP does things is not compatible with how Notepad++ currently does things. You might want to try going back a couple of versions of Notepad++, and see if that fixes things. If so, you’ll want to create an issue with EmmetNPP, because they might have to change things to remain compatible with NPP going forward. (In fact, it seems that someone has already filed a 64-bit bug report at https://github.com/emmetio/npp/issues/24 – oh, that’s obviously a 32-bit vs 64-bit problem.)
Still, give us the
Debug Info, and, if you’re really 64-bit, where exactly you downloaded a 64-bit DLL.
Here it is:
Notepad++ v7.5.8 (64-bit)
Build time : Jul 23 2018 - 02:06:36
Path : C:\Program Files\Notepad++\notepad++.exe
Admin mode : OFF
Local Conf mode : OFF
OS : Windows 10 (64-bit)
Plugins : EmmetNPP.dll PluginManager.dll PythonScript.dll XMLTools.dll DSpellCheck.dll mimeTools.dll NppConverter.dll
where exactly you downloaded a 64-bit DLL
You forgot to respond to the requested information above
Sorry, being a new user I had to wait 1200 seconds before being
able to answer (quite stupid, i.m.h.o., pushing away new community members).
This is were I found it:
It’s in the message of wdhwg001
There’s a link to EmmetNPP_x64.zip
had to wait 1200 seconds before being able to answer (quite stupid, i.m.h.o., pushing away new community members).
Not (trying to) pushing away anyone but the spammers. You should have no delays in posting moving forward as I gave you 2 reputation points.
Claudia Frank last edited by
which version of python script plugin do you use, there were some changes recently.
Can you provide a reproducible step by step description about what isn’t working
The Python script is 126.96.36.199
I do start Notepad++, and in the plugins menu there is the Emmet Notepad++ plug in.
So in Notepad++ I do enter div, followed by Ctr+Alt+Enter.
Which does open a new empty line above the tag.
But not <div> </div>,
Claudia Frank last edited by Claudia Frank
emmet is using an precompiled extension module called _PyV8.pyd.
This module has been compiled using python version 2.7.14.
Current PythonScript (PS) 188.8.131.52 is using python 2.7.15.
Use the python27.dll from PS 1.0.9 from here and just unzip this single dll into C:\Program Files\Notepad++ directory.
Then it should work again, at least it does for me.
Sorry, but this did not work for me.
I’ve installed HTML-Kit Tools now, this editor
works fine with Emmet
So I decided to leave Notepad++.