Please Read This Before Posting
PeterJones last edited by PeterJones
Read Before Posting
Hello, and welcome to the Notepad++ Community, where users of Notepad++ can come to help each other use Notepad++. We look forward to discussing Notepad++ with you, or helping you with your questions.
This General Discussion section is a place to talk about Notepad++ in General.
We have a FAQ Desk, with answers to common topics on the Forum. That’s a great place to start.
If you need help with formatting your post, there is a FAQ entry on Formatting Forum Posts
When asking for help, it’s usually useful to go to Notepad++'s ?-menu and select the Debug Info entry, and Copy debug info into clipboard and paste it into your post; that way, we know what version of Notepad++, what version of Windows, what plugins are installed, and a couple other configuration options that will help us understand what you’re asking about.
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Please note that while we will try to help you, and even can try to confirm software bugs with you, this Forum is not the official issue tracker. If there is a bug in Notepad++, posting about it in this Community Forum will not make an official request to get the bug fixed. We have a FAQ entry on Feature Requests and Bug Reports. If you ask for a new feature, or point out a bug in Notepad++, we will be quite happy to give our opinions on your ideas, or help provide workaraounds or alternatives for missing features or bugs; but in the end, only the developers can make changes to the application.
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