Add the Icon to the toolbar





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    Next the same icons



  • Hi, @pan-jan,

    As you installed the Customize Toolbar plugin, I suppose that some icons are absent, by default. You’ll have to add some of them to your current toolbar !

    Now, in Settings > Preferences...> General > Toolbar, under the box **Hide**, there 3 possibilities :

    • Small icons

    • Big icons

    • Standard icons

    Did you really select the Standard icons ?

    BR

    guy038





  • These are the icons I can choose from
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  • @pan-jan,

    Could you do a test, selecting the choice Standard icons ?

    Then stop and restart Notepad++ => You should see all the plugin’s icons on the right of the toolbar !

    BR

    guy038



  • @guy038
    This is it.
    I have them all now.
    Thank you very much.



  • I would like to insert into the Toolbar an icon with …
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    How to add icon to this bar …
    if she’s not here.
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  • Hello @pan-jan and All,

    I just installed the last Unicode 4.2.0.0 - x32 version of the Customize Toolbar plugin in N++ v7.8.8 from here :

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/npp-customize/files/Customize Toolbar v4.2/

    And, in the Customize Toolbar menu, I see two lines :

    • Help - Overview :

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    • Help - Custom buttons :

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    Sorry, I do not have time, presently, to investigate further on, in this matter. However, if this help is not enough for you, you could ask the plugin’s author, by e-mail, for additional information !

    Best Regards,

    guy038



  • @guy038
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    Available buttons: Proper Case „Alt+U”… none
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  • Hi, @pan-jan and All,

    • Change the contents of the CustomizeToolbar.btn as below :
    Edit,Select All,,,custom-icon-1.bmp
    Edit,Convert Case to,Proper Case,,custom-icon-2.bmp
    
    • Save the modifications of CustomizeToolbar.btn

    • Stop and restart N++

    • As you can see, the first default hammer icon is colorized and works ( Select All )

    • However the second hammer icon remains grayed and does not seem to work :-((

    After some tests, I realized that this second hammer becomes active ONLY IF you select a tab with a normal selection in its contents. In this case, hitting the second hammer icon does apply the Proper Case feature to the selection !

    Indeed, if you select Edit > Convert Case to, you can see that the sub-menu is all grayed, if no selection has been done, previously !

    So, refer to the plugin’s author for possible fixes. May be this wrong behavior depends on of Notepad++, itself !


    BTW, in the meanwhile, simply do your selection and use the default Alt + U shortcut ! Easier, isn’t it ?.

    Since decades, I don’t click, anymore, on the Toolbar buttons for Ctrl + C, Ctrl + V, Ctrl + A, Ctrl + Z, Ctrl + Y and so on…, preferring the shortcuts !!!

    Best Regards,

    guy038



  • @guy038
    I can’t add the word with the letter “ą” to the dictionary or for Current Session
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  • Hello, @pan-jan and All,

    Sorry for my late answer ! Initially, I did not see a good explanation ! One day, I realized that, may be, your dictionary file was probably ANSI encoded ! I verified my assertion and, indeed, it’s the cause of your problem !

    So, here is the road map :

    • Go to the folder ...\plugins\config\Hunspell

    • Back-up your lang.dic and lang.aff files ( One never knows ! )

    • Start Notepad++

    • Disable, temporarily, the DSpellCheck plugin

    • Open the two files lang.dic and lang.aff, from within N++

    • Change the first line of lang.aff with the command SET UTF-8

    • Verify, in the status bar, that its encoding is UTF-8 ( not UTF-8-BOM ! )

    • Save the modifications

    • Select the lang.dic tab ( Probably, this file is ANSI encoded )

    • Run the command Encoding > Convert to UTF-8 ( not convert to UTF-8-BOM ! )

    • After a little while, save the modifications of lang.dic

    • Now, close the two files lang.dic and lang.aff files

    • Enable, again, the DSpellCheck plugin

    => This time, if special words contain Unicode characters, with code-point over \x{00FF}, you should be able to add to the dictionary , in the lang.usr file


    Anyway, the method is self-explained in the dialog, below, and I suppose that you’ve found out the solution, by now !

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    Best Regards

    guy038



  • I don’t use Hunspell.
    This is happening in Aspell.
    These words are written in pl.pws.
    pl.pws has ISO format.



  • @Pan-Jan

    maybe this clarifies what you need to do??



  • early there is such a big picture and it is explained there



  • @pan-jan

    I’m really disappointed by your answer !

    If you had mentioned that you use Aspell dictionaries, I wouldn’t have wasted my time, writing my answer and testing one hour, about, because I use the default Hunspell dictionaries !

    Moreover, I just verified that the simple Google search Aspell form gives, among all the possibilities, Aspell file format and, then, the link, below :

    http://aspell.net/man-html/Format-of-the-Personal-and-Replacement-Dictionaries.html

    which redirects you to the article that @ekopalypse just gave you !

    BR

    guy038



  • My fault. Excuse me.
    I don’t know English and there may be a misunderstanding which doesn’t mean I’m rude.



  • @guy038
    Maybe you know how to add new words to pl_PL.dic?
    I tried in different places and nobody could solve it for me.


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