Select a path between words
ArkadiuszMichalski last edited by
Can someone point me how we can select a path between the words? Some examples:
word1 C:\te|st\name word2 C:\te|st\name word2 C:\te|st\name word2
|indicates the position of the cursor. When I click on
testwas selected, next click select the entire line. I need select only path
C:\test\namebut without making a precise selection by myself. If anyone has an idea how to do it in NPPExec, it would be even better.
PeterJones last edited by
The three levels of single-click, double-click, and triple-click select single caret position, current word, and whole line.
The way to get the behavior you want is to change teh definition of “word”, which you can do by setting Settings > Preferences > Delimiter > ☑ Add your characters… =
I know there have been PythonScript examples of highjacking double-click as well (using the scintilla notifications and callbacks), so if you didn’t want to change the definition of “word” you could solve it another way. NppExec can do a lot, but I don’t think it can handle the notification callbacks. NppExec might be able to create a script that goes from the current position, and searches both forward and backward until it hits a space in either direction – but I usually think of NppExec as more of a batch-scripting, for interacting the entire contents of the file with external programs, and think of character-based as something better suited for PythonScript or similar, so I’m not sure how I would go about solving that problem in NppExec.