Milos Puchta | 6 Sep 06:31 2004
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Re: [WinEdt] file list, restore files and projects

Hi!

you have problems again.

If you change something in you DNS, namely the MX record,
it will some time to spread the change around the world.
We can accept the messages from reliable sources.

Try sending again...

Regards,
Milos

>>>>>>>>>>>>>Your message<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "WinEdt Team" <support <at> winedt.com>
To: <winedt+list <at> wsg.net>
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2004 11:17 PM
Subject: Re: [WinEdt] file list, restore files and projects

> > Is is possible to configure WinEdt to open
> >
> > 1. in an empty temporary project without any files when WinEdt is
started
> > fresh,
> > 2. the selected file in a temporary project if not WinEdt is already
> opened,
> > 3. the project and its files when I select a .prj file
> > 4. always remember the recent files in the file list (independent of
> > whatever project I am in)
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Georges Schmitz | 6 Sep 12:19 2004
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Re: [WinEdt] FAQ submittal for George Schmitz

Hi Bill,

Olsen, Bill schrieb:

>Georges:
>This question was answered some weeks ago on the list server by Alex, 
>I have verified that the answer works in 5.4, and have edited it just a bit
>I was unable to email you directly for some reason, 
>

our spam filter very severe :-/

>so I hope that you, or someone else maintaining FAQ for Winedt may pick up this message and find it of use.
>
>  
>
Thanks for your contribution, I will do my best for updating the FAQ. I 
didn't manage to spend time on it for quite a long time (family and work 
...), perhaps this serves as a new kick off :-)

>Thanks for all the FAQ's
>
>Bill Olsen
>
>Proposed FAQ:
>==============================================================
>How can I get the current values of %B and %b?
>
>WinEdt can give the values of %B and %b in two ways.  
>1) In version 5.4,  you can see the values in the Project Manager Dialog:
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WinEdt Team | 6 Sep 21:10 2004

Re: [WinEdt] Macro Question

> I'm using a WinEdt macro that copies a selected text from a WinEdt
> active document to a particular txt file. I would like to know if it
> would be possible to have this selected text copied to a txt
> document with a header and footer.
>
> <Header (default)>
>
> <Copied Selected Text from WinEdt document>
>
> <Footer (default)>
>
> Any help will be much appreciated.

Surely this is possible but based on this information it is hard to
be specific.

  OpenOutput('somefile.txt');
  WrS('Header... - whatever this may be');
  WrS('%S');
  WrS('Footer... - whatever this may be');

You could also read Header and footer from a file or else read the
current ingredient of txt file and parse it to extract header and
footer (as long as you can somehow recognize them). FindInString
macro with RegEx should be more than sufficient for that...

Best regards,

alex

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Allan McRae | 7 Sep 14:12 2004
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[WinEdt] Tree building and Gather

Hi all,

I'm using WinEdt 5.4 Build 20040513.

When the project tree is built I get lines for use by the sectsty 
package included e.g.  the command
\sectionfont{\sffamily\sectionrule{3ex}{3pt}{-1.5ex}{1pt}}
gives
\sffamily\sectionrule{3ex}{3pt}{-1.5ex}{1pt}
in the TOC part of the tree.

I think I have to change something in winedt.gdi to stop this but my 
attempts so far have failed. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

Thanks

Allan

WinEdt Team | 7 Sep 23:40 2004

Re: [WinEdt] Tree building and Gather

> I'm using WinEdt 5.4 Build 20040513.
>
> When the project tree is built I get lines for use by the sectsty package
> included e.g.  the command
> \sectionfont{\sffamily\sectionrule{3ex}{3pt}{-1.5ex}{1pt}}
> gives \sffamily\sectionrule{3ex}{3pt}{-1.5ex}{1pt} in the TOC part of the
tree.
>
> I think I have to change something in winedt.gdi to stop this but my
attempts
> so far have failed. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

Options Menu -> Extended Configuration (opens WinEdtEx.ini file). There
you'll
find:

...

  ITEM="\section?{?}"
    MODE="TeX"
    CASE_SENSITIVE=1
    BEGINNING_OF_LINE_ONLY=1
    CURRENT_DOCUMENT_ONLY=0
    ALL_OPENED_DOCUMENTS=0
    COMPLETE_PROJECT_TREE=1
    ICON="Section"
 etc...

You would need to copy this item (complete definition) four times and change
Item to:
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Allan McRae | 8 Sep 13:32 2004
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Re: [WinEdt] Tree building and Gather

Alex,

Thanks for the help.

Also, the command
\renewcommand{\refname}{Bibliography}
get gathered as a \ref{} style command.

Allan

>------------------- later ...........
>
>I was not too happy with the need to repeat the whole ITEM definition to
>accommodate variations. Next build now allows definition like:
>
>  ITEM="\section{?}"
>    ALT="\section[?]"
>    ALT="\section*{?}"
>    ALT="\section*[?]"
>
>The default sectioning items have been modified accordingly and the
>algorithm
>has been optimized so that it actually needs less time with four variations
>that it did before with one "wildcard" item... Note that an optional short
>title gets into Tree TOC when present (makes sense)...
>
>WinEdt.gdi file has to be modified in a similar fashion to fix the GATHER
>control data:
>
>  Item('TeX','>>',1,1,'\section{?}',0,1,1,'Section: ','','{}\');
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Christopher Brewster | 10 Sep 12:08 2004
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[WinEdt] \begin + \end and find in bibtex macro

I am not sure what happened but previously I had the following functionality which seems to have disappeared:
1. When I entered \begin{something} winedt immediately created a \end{something} line below
 
2. When I used the 'Find Entry' on the bibtex menu (installed using the macro) I used to press enter to insert the the key or click on the entry to actually see the entry in my bib file. Now it just inserts the entry.
 
Has something happened inadvertently or what?
 
Christopher Brewster
 

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Jing Li | 10 Sep 17:29 2004

[WinEdt] project file error

Hi,

I'm experiencing an annoying problem with WinEdt: every time I try to close
the program, there pops up an error message saying:

"error saving the project file: C:\Program Files\WinEdt
Team\WinEdt\WinEdt.prj",

then I'd have to choose between "abort" "retry" or "ignore".

"retry" always brings the error message back, hitting "abort" then I just
can never close the program; "ignore" I have to hit several times before the
program goes ahead closing itself, and leaving me wonder what exactly I had
ignored and whether I lost any data...

Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks so much,

Jing

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Jing Li | 10 Sep 17:37 2004

[WinEdt] WinEdt 3.141592-2.1 Fw: project file error

Hi,

Sorry for multiple messages, I just realized I forgot the following
information:

I'm using WinEdt 3.141592-2.1

The operating system is Windows XP

Thanks again,

Jing

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jing Li" <jing.li <at> econ.upenn.edu>
To: <winedt+list <at> wsg.net>
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 11:29 AM
Subject: project file error

> Hi,
>
> I'm experiencing an annoying problem with WinEdt: every time I try to
close
> the program, there pops up an error message saying:
>
> "error saving the project file: C:\Program Files\WinEdt
> Team\WinEdt\WinEdt.prj",
>
> then I'd have to choose between "abort" "retry" or "ignore".
>
> "retry" always brings the error message back, hitting "abort" then I just
> can never close the program; "ignore" I have to hit several times before
the
> program goes ahead closing itself, and leaving me wonder what exactly I
had
> ignored and whether I lost any data...
>
> Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks so much,
>
> Jing

WinEdt Team | 10 Sep 19:29 2004

Re: [WinEdt] WinEdt 3.141592-2.1 Fw: project file error

> Sorry for multiple messages, I just realized I forgot the following
> information:
>
> I'm using WinEdt 3.141592-2.1
>
> The operating system is Windows XP

This is a pretty old version (back from 1998) and it predates XP by
many years.

> I'm experiencing an annoying problem with WinEdt: every time I try to
close
> the program, there pops up an error message saying:
>
> "error saving the project file: C:\Program Files\WinEdt
> Team\WinEdt\WinEdt.prj",
>
> then I'd have to choose between "abort" "retry" or "ignore".
>
> "retry" always brings the error message back, hitting "abort" then I just
> can never close the program; "ignore" I have to hit several times before
the
> program goes ahead closing itself, and leaving me wonder what exactly I
had
> ignored and whether I lost any data...
>
> Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks so much,

You are probably working as a restricted user and WinEdt fails to
save the project information in its program folder because of
writing restrictions.

You are probably loosing file-list (project related information) but
this should not affect you documents.

WinEdt always starts empty and the "recent file list" in the File
Menu is empty. Correct?

Solutions:

  - Open a new project WinEdt.prj in a folder where you can write
  (commands in the project menu should allow you to do this).

  - use a power user account

  - create a user profile: I am not sure but that version has a limited
  or no automatic support for profile creation and it might be best to
  try a newer WinEdt 5 which does!

Best regards,

alex

ps. Very few (if any) users on this list are using a version as old
as yours (especially on XP). I don't have it installed either and
you should not expect any changes to it even if the abort..ignore
sequence may not work as intended...


Gmane