Notepad++ v18.104.22.168 Release
Johnny998 last edited by
@donho Try using the Update Assistant tool.
Howard Lee Harkness last edited by
I just installed 22.214.171.124, and now, whenever I try to run it, it tells me there is an update available. If I tell it to download, it tries to uninstall my current installation and install the one for the other word size, IOW, if I have 64-bit installed, it uninstalls that and installs the 32-bit version – and if I have 32-bit version installed, it uninstalls that and installs the 64-bit version.
If I tell it NOT to download any updates, it just exits, and won’t run Notepad++ at all.
Where have you downloaded your Notepad++ v126.96.36.199 release?
guy038 last edited by guy038
Personnaly, opening my recent
Win 10laptop, last night ( after three weeks, managing and sorting a lot of photos on my old
Win XPcomputer ! ), a lot of updates were correctly done and I got this screen :
As you can see, there a paragraph which tells me about
Mise à jour de fonctionalités vers Windows 10, version 21H2and to click on the
Télécharger et installerlink to download and install this version ! Note that I have not installed it, yet because I don’t know if this version is a migration to
Windows 11, itself or not !?
Now, if you do not see this paragraph, just click on the
Afficher les mises à jour facultativeslink : this time, you should see, again, this choice :
Here is my present
Windows 10 Proversion :
Congrats for upgrading to the modern OS, and thank you for your solicitating - I am now on 22H2 and can reproduce the bug.
@johnny998 & @Drica-Almeida
I’ve created the issue here:
and fix it:
The fix will be in the next release.
Thank you for your report!
Jacob Watkins last edited by
I just updated and am running into a seemingly correct, but annoying behavior (as I see it). I used Notepad++ to edit a log file of the game Factorio while it is running, the file factorio-current.log. Now every time I save an edit, Notepad++ says “This file cannot be saved and it may be protected. Do you want to launch Notepad++ in Administrator Mode?”. Re-launching in admin does not allow me to make edits to the file. I can confirm the game has not been changed.
After testing a bit, Word, Wordpad, and Notepad all respect the file lock, but Notepad++ used to not. Is there a way I can go back to the old behavior without having to stay with an old version? I don’t care if it’s the “wrong” way to handle this situation.
Jacob Watkins last edited by Jacob Watkins
@jacob-watkins ,turns out it’s fixed in the next version (which is experimental I think?). I follow the link for “Fix a regression of saving problem. (Fix #10751)” and from trying 188.8.131.52, the behavior is back to what it used to be.
vediamoseeutile last edited by
(The critical bug-fixes are in highlight)
Hi, i don’t know what kind of issue are you refering to but i would like report a regression issue. Since 8.1.6 (more o less) it is not possibile highlight strings that are part of a bigger string.
for example the string TOT_CONTRIBUTO_UE_ADEGUAMENTI if i selects the “TRI” part and trying to use a “style token” to highlight the same string in the whole document, it wont highlight nothing.
Before that release i was able to use that property (very often).
I’m using Windows 10 20H2 and v184.108.40.206
Alan Kilborn last edited by
If you would read the release notes when you update to a new version, or consult the user manual, you’d see that what you are talking about is now governed by new settings:
Where did you get v220.127.116.11 ?
Jacob Watkins last edited by
@donho Well it’s too late now, but there’s a link to the github above and on the release notes page, and the discussion included a link to test versions / a server download folder.