3 Aug 14:44 2015

### Question about translation tables

Dear Forum,

I defined two translation tables

TABLE="One"
TYPE=0
INVERTED=0
ENABLED=1
MODE_FILTER=""
SUB="END_LIST"
"1" -> "One"
END_LIST
END="One"

TABLE="Two"
TYPE=0
INVERTED=0
ENABLED=1
MODE_FILTER=""
SUB="END_LIST"
"2" -> "Two"
END_LIST
END="Two"

and put them in the file "TranslationTables.ini" right after the "Custom" translation table.
Then I created a new file that contained only "1 2". Then I defined and ran the Macro "ApplyTranslation("One",0,0);".
As a result, I got "One Two".

Question: Why was "2" translated to "Two" if I only applied the first translation table "One" ?


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3 Aug 09:26 2015

### RE: tab control: feature request

I've been using Windows 10 since it became available as an Insider Preview. I don't see any problems with tab
control on any zoom level, using WinEDT 9.1 64-bit. The font is a bit blurry, though.

Joerg

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Degtyarev [mailto:degt <at> fen.bilkent.edu.tr]
Sent: Sunday, August 2, 2015 12:32 PM
To: winedt+list <at> wsg.net
Subject: [WinEdt] tab control: feature request

Speaking about the tab control (which would probably have to be fixed as more people switch to win 10), as a
feature request, can it be optionally implemented as a drop down? Similar to an option with the ribbon control:
say, a button next to MDI drops it down, and the control hides back after a click.

Best,
Alex


3 Aug 01:33 2015

### Bitmap background scheme problem

Dear Forum,

I have enabled the official background scheme "bitmap" and noticed that,
in the TeX file, some lines containing strings like "",  "\begin{document}",
"\section{Introduction}", etc.
end with trailing white spaces instead of being filled with the background pattern
from "Dots-Blue.bmp". Is this a bug or some misconfiguration in the parameters?

Winedt Build: 20150713  (v. 9.1) - 32-bit
OS Windows XP

Thanks,
IN


2 Aug 13:32 2015

### tab control: feature request

Speaking about the tab control (which would probably have to be fixed as
more people switch to win 10), as a feature request, can it be optionally
implemented as a drop down? Similar to an option with the ribbon control:
say, a button next to MDI drops it down, and the control hides back after a
click.

Best,
Alex


2 Aug 13:32 2015

### windows 10

Hi,

I have just switched to windows 10. (Yes, admittedly, that was stupid of
me.) So far, WinEdt and MikTeX seem to be working fine, except that the
multiline tab control in WinEdt is a disaster: tabs keep moving,
overlapping, and such... Besides, in my 1400 pixels high monitor, with all
sizes doubled by default, the MDI icons in WinEdt (the three icons at the
end of the main menu line) are (probably) shown in the original size,
appearing too small.

Best regards,
Alex


28 Jul 20:37 2015

### AutoCompletion - Insert Trigger

Dear All,

I love the new AutoComplete feature in WinEdt 9.1. Is there any way to have the selected template insert be
triggered by the <tab> key instead of or in addition to the <enter> key?

thanks
rick


28 Jul 15:17 2015

### document list bug?

I have also just discovered an anomaly in the document list dialog behavior.
If I have just started WinEdt, then using the "Document List" item in the
document tabs popup menu brings up an empty window, no matter how many times
I try. Using "F2" (or the main menu item) brings up the dialog with the
files in it, and afterwards the context menu also works OK. Any ideas?


27 Jul 07:30 2015

### F2 Document list feature

Hello,

I am using the latest build of WinEdt 9.1 and Win 8 on a 64-bit machine. I understand that there is a recent feature in using the F2 switch to get a document list of the documents that are currently opened. I have a small "complaint" or better a small suggestion. At the bottom of the Document List 2 there are two arrows (right and left) that help to navigate through the opened documents tabs in the main WinEdt tree pane. I would have liked to see this "movement or switch between file names" also in the Document List window at the same time. So when I am pressing the right or left arrow the following should happen:

1. Switching occurs between the document tabs in the main WinEdt tree pane (already implemented);

2. Switching occurs in the Document list window as well i.e. the highlight bar in the Doucment list window goes up or down depending whether we click on the right or left arrow.

That was hard to explain but I hope you will understand,.

Thank you.

BR
Nathalie

24 Jul 21:28 2015

### Changing color of \cite within bracket item

Hi,

I just started using WinEdt 9, before used WinEdt 5, so settings are different. I am trying to change the color of within bracket item for \cite, i.e., \cite{ABC}, I want to change the color for ABC. I am not sure which .ini file (e.g., Keywords?) will have that group so I can change the color with TEXT_COLOR modification. Please help with this. Thank you!
24 Jul 14:57 2015

### Re: Projects

or, click on "projects", "remove main file"!

DR

On 24-Jul-15 10:50, Karl Koeller wrote:
Il 24/07/2015 00:24, Fox, Gordon ha scritto:
I've never used Projects in WinEDT, and haven't tried to understand them. Suddenly (I'm using version 9.1, build 20150625) I'm finding that the program thinks I want to use projects. How do I stop it? The behavior I'd like back is this: I can have a number of files (e.g., several .tex or .Rnw or .R files) open, and WinEDT treats whichever I'm currently in as the file on which to act. I can switch between them freely, and, e.g., if they're .tex files, in each one the various LaTeX options in the GUI are available. The sudden behavior I'm seeing is that the various LaTeX options (or similar, using RManager) are only available for whatever WinEDT seems to think is the main file. How do I set things so I can get back this behavior? I've tried setting REOPEN_PROJECT_LIST to 0, but that has the effect that, if I close WinEDT with some files open, none of them are opened the next time I start WinEDT. "Persistent main file" isn't selected in the project manager, and neither is "enable main file." Thanks! Gordon
Dear Gordon, I think you have a file set as main file. In this case, simply click Shift+Ctrl+F5 to unset it. Best, Karl

-- --------------------------- Daniel Royer University of Geneva (emeritus)
24 Jul 00:24 2015

### Projects

I've never used Projects in WinEDT, and haven't tried to understand them. Suddenly (I'm using version 9.1,
build 20150625) I'm finding that the program thinks I want to use projects.  How do I stop it?

The behavior I'd like back is this: I can have a number of files (e.g., several .tex or .Rnw or .R files) open,
and WinEDT treats whichever I'm currently in as the file on which to act. I can switch between them freely,
and, e.g., if they're .tex files, in each one the various LaTeX options in the GUI are available. The sudden
behavior I'm seeing is that the various LaTeX options (or similar, using RManager) are only available for
whatever WinEDT seems to think is the main file.

How do I set things so I can get back this behavior? I've tried setting REOPEN_PROJECT_LIST to 0, but that has
the effect that, if I close WinEDT with some files open, none of them are opened the next time I start WinEDT.
"Persistent main file" isn't selected in the project manager, and neither is "enable main file."

Thanks!

Gordon

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Tampa, FL 33620, USA                   http://foxlab.wordpress.com

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