jon | 16 Sep 20:32 2014

Jon Wainwright: out of office

Thank you for your email. I am out of the office until Monday the 22nd of September. If your query is not
urgent, I will try to get back to you as soon as possible on my return. If you need an urgent response, you
could phone the office on 020 7733 9923, or email my colleague Sam Clark: sam <at> tandtproductions.com

Thanks,

Jon

jon | 16 Sep 20:25 2014

Jon Wainwright: out of office

Thank you for your email. I am out of the office until Monday the 22nd of September. If your query is not
urgent, I will try to get back to you as soon as possible on my return. If you need an urgent response, you
could phone the office on 020 7733 9923, or email my colleague Sam Clark: sam <at> tandtproductions.com

Thanks,

Jon

jon | 16 Sep 20:17 2014

Jon Wainwright: out of office

Thank you for your email. I am out of the office until Monday the 22nd of September. If your query is not
urgent, I will try to get back to you as soon as possible on my return. If you need an urgent response, you
could phone the office on 020 7733 9923, or email my colleague Sam Clark: sam <at> tandtproductions.com

Thanks,

Jon

jon | 16 Sep 20:00 2014

Jon Wainwright: out of office

Thank you for your email. I am out of the office until Monday the 22nd of September. If your query is not
urgent, I will try to get back to you as soon as possible on my return. If you need an urgent response, you
could phone the office on 020 7733 9923, or email my colleague Sam Clark: sam <at> tandtproductions.com

Thanks,

Jon

David Huffer | 10 Sep 12:57 2014

Incremental search

I use incremental search regularly and find more often than not I leave trailing i's in my document when
invoking the search (using the Ctrl-I key binding).  Does anyone else experience this?  Is there a way to
avoid it?

 <at> Alex, accommodating regular expressions would be a useful enhancement for incremental search if
something like that were possible.  

--
  David 

Gilbert Ritschard | 10 Sep 10:27 2014
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erase dialog: why are all files listed as protected files?

I am running WinEdt 9 and realized that the Erase dialog does no longer erase any file, all files being listed as “protected files”. None of the listed files is marked as read-only in the Windows explorer and I can delete them from there!

 

Can anyone explain what is happening and how I could change that?

 

Gilbert

 

Per Ting | 2 Sep 21:22 2014
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How can I save the Winedt manual as a pdf file?

I have tried using "print" as pdf but all figures are shown as generic thumbnails. The text is fine, the problem is the figures.

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Albert Kapune | 30 Aug 19:11 2014

New Icon of WinEdt 9

Dear Alex,

First of all many thanks for the new version of WinEdt which works without
any problems for me. I have only one minor request: Is it possible to
place the old icon into one of your next program compilations? The new
icon is pretty hard to be read on a dark taskbar (mine is nearly black).

(As a workaround I placed the version 8 program on my computer and use its
icon.)

Thank you and kind regards
Albert

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Robert K | 26 Aug 12:02 2014

WinEdt 9.0: R-Sweave 9.0 doesn't recognize a comment mark # :

Dear Users,
I've encountered very strange behavior of WinEdt 9.0 and R-Sweave 9.0 on Win 8.2 x64. Yesterday I switched form WinEdt 8.2 and R-Sweave (worked perfectly) to the newest versions 9.0 that was working without any troubles too. Today I switched on my computers and I got an error because as far as I could figure out the comment mark (#) in R is not allowed. Strange because yesterday everything gone fine.

For example I have a line:
         
<<r packages, eval=FALSE>>=
install.packages("car") #must load once
<at>

which generates an error:

! You can't use `macro parameter character #' in horizontal mode.
l.95 install.packages("car") #
                              must load once


I tried to do the same on my laptop (Win 7 x64) and got the same error.

Anyway: R-Sweave is a wonderful add-on - thank you very much Gilbert.

Best,
Robert
Gilbert Ritschard | 23 Aug 12:37 2014
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WinEdt 9: system cannot find Bitmaps\Background path

Dear all,

 

After importing my settings from 8.1 into WinEdt 9 (which produced two warnings regarding auto-save that I fixed), I get the following error when trying to load a tex file:

 

‘Cannot open file “C:\Program Files\WinEdt Team\WinEdt 9\Bitmaps\Background\”. System cannot find the path specified.’

 

Then a second error is raised

 

‘An exception Occurred while executing a macro script:

C:\Program Files\WinEdt Team\WinEdt 9\Macros\Events\GetMode.edt

Line: SetFileMode(‘%!1’,1);

 

and WinEdt crashes.

 

Actually the path mentioned exists. I have tried to copy the Background folder to %b, but this does not change anything: I get the same error with the path %b instead of %B.

 

Any hint on how I could fix this would be welcome. The problem comes obviously from the settings I am importing, since I don’t get the error before I proceed to the importation. I just have no idea from which ini file it results.

 

Gilbert

 

 

Karl Koeller | 23 Aug 07:56 2014

NEW - WinEdt contributions: latexdiff and latexindent

Dear WinEdt-ers,

under pressure of my friend Harish Kumar (thanks to him :-), I have made 
two new packages, one for the "latexdiff" tool and the other for the 
"latexindent" tool.

Who is interested can visit

http://www.winedt.org/Config/menus/latexdiff.php
http://www.winedt.org/Config/menus/latexindent.php

for more info and download.

Regards,

Karl


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