Neil Hodgson | 2 Jun 13:04 2008
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Re: Add "Replace in Buffers" for the GTK version of SciTE


   This is different behaviour to the Windows version of "Search only
in this style" where there is an edit box to enter the style number
being searched in.

> Here is a patch taking into account your remark: http://mtreny.free.fr/FindInStyleGTK_2.patch
> But I don't think it is worth it to do that, since, as I've said it,
> empty rows are not visible in a GtkTable.

   Long lived applications tend to become graveyards of old platform
bugs and I think this mattered for some version of GTK+.

   Neil

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Jesse Aldridge | 3 Jun 01:05 2008
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Collapse all members of a class


I know about Ctrl-Shift-Click to fold/collapse everything, but I'd
like a way to fold/collapse all the functions in a class.  Is there a
way to fold everything at a certain scope or level of indentation?
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Jingcheng Zhang | 5 Jun 06:35 2008
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How to customize tabbar's hold frame?


Hello,

The hold frame (which sits between tabs and main text area) of tabbar
under Windows's classic theme is a little thick and ugly, further,
with a 'black and white line' under it, they make me feeling
unconfortable when coding... So, any way to customize this? Thanks :)
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KHMan | 5 Jun 06:45 2008
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Re: How to customize tabbar's hold frame?


Jingcheng Zhang wrote:
> The hold frame (which sits between tabs and main text area) of tabbar
> under Windows's classic theme is a little thick and ugly, further,
> with a 'black and white line' under it, they make me feeling
> unconfortable when coding... So, any way to customize this? Thanks :)

I use classic/slate on WinXP, but I haven't noticed a thematic
inconsistency or anything bugging me with file/buffer tabs before.

Would you be so kind as to post a sample image somewhere or upload
the image onto the group site so that the list can see a visual
sample? Many thanks.

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Luke p | 6 Jun 15:13 2008
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Suggsted feature for future release...


SciTE is very good. Love it.

Would it be hard to change how the tabs work on SciTE?

I would find the following really helpful for my work in multi-
language environments:

Two levels of tabs:
Level1 - tabs of filetypes (eg .py, .java, .js, .html, .xml) that are
currently open
Level2 - tabs of files of the selected level1 tab
 so when you click on the .py filetype, the level2 menu will change to
be all the open .py files
 (if there aren't any, then .py will not appear in the level 1 tabs)

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Philippe Lhoste | 6 Jun 17:31 2008
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Re: Suggsted feature for future release...


On 06/06/2008 15:13, Luke p wrote:
> Two levels of tabs:
> Level1 - tabs of filetypes (eg .py, .java, .js, .html, .xml) that are
> currently open
> Level2 - tabs of files of the selected level1 tab
>  so when you click on the .py filetype, the level2 menu will change to
> be all the open .py files
>  (if there aren't any, then .py will not appear in the level 1 tabs)

My opinion (and probably Neil's one) is that for this kind of usage, you 
better have several instances of SciTE, one per language.
After all, task bar is a natural tab list... :)

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sumithar | 6 Jun 19:35 2008
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copy bookmarked lines


Hi,
After I open the Find dialog box and choose the option to bookmark all
matching lines, can I copy just the bookmarked lines to the clipboard?
Thanks!
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Neil Hodgson | 7 Jun 03:30 2008
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Re: Suggsted feature for future release...


Philippe Lhoste:

> My opinion (and probably Neil's one) ...

   My opinion is that this is a quite strange way to think about
projects so I'm unlikely to accept a patch that achieves this. Having
two tab bars with different purposes also looks too complex to me. You
could develop your own variant or find some way to make this more
general so more people would want it.

   Neil

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Neil Hodgson | 7 Jun 03:32 2008
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Re: copy bookmarked lines


sumithar:

> After I open the Find dialog box and choose the option to bookmark all
> matching lines, can I copy just the bookmarked lines to the clipboard?

   There is no built-in support for this but you could probably write
a script that collected all these lines into one string and then
called the CopyText method.

   Neil

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sumithar | 8 Jun 15:52 2008
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Re: copy bookmarked lines


On Jun 6, 9:32 pm, "Neil Hodgson" <nyamaton... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> sumithar:
>
> > After I open the Find dialog box and choose the option to bookmark all
> > matching lines, can I copy just the bookmarked lines to the clipboard?
>
>    There is no built-in support for this but you could probably write
> a script that collected all these lines into one string and then
> called the CopyText method.
>
>    Neil

Thanks- but you got me there...How do I write scripts?  Is this the
lua scripting?  I see a link on the main documentation page and will
take a look at using lua with scite link
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