1 Nov 2005 08:28

### Filling in \ref

In the past when I typed the closing brace of "\ref{}", a menu would pop
up and display all the labels defined in my document. When I double
clicked on a menu choice, it filled that label in between the braces.
Now it seems to pop a menu but, when I double click an item, the editor
focus shifts to where the label is defined. I can't find a configuration
item that will restore the old and desired behavior. How do I do that?

-- Jeff Barnett


1 Nov 2005 13:13

### How to disable auto formating

Dear all,
I have problem diabling the auto-formatting (or wrapping the lines) of winedt.
I would like to cut and paste some text from an excell file and
typeset it as a table. But, WinEdt keeps joning the lines in a
wrap-around manner. I want to diable this to have a plain text editor.
How can I do this?

thanks.
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1 Nov 2005 15:15

### Re: How to disable auto formating

> I have problem diabling the auto-formatting (or wrapping the lines)
> of winedt. I would like to cut and paste some text from an excell
> file and typeset it as a table.

I think you can use the "WRAP" in the lower part of the
frame. If you click it you'll disable the wraping for a
while. Then you can activate it again.

What i've been wondering a while ago is if it's possible
to make WinEdt understand to wrap normal text and not
to wrap when editing an environment. Any hints on that?

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1 Nov 2005 16:14

### Mailing List Guidelines


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1 Nov 2005 23:06

### Re: Getting back to editing area without mouse clicking

>>> I noticed that there is a call to ShowErrorLog(0); and i
>>> wonder what it does. When i removed it i thought the
>>> subarea would not open at all but it was wrong. So:
>>> 1) What does ShowErrorLog(0), ShowErrorLog(1),
>>> etc. do exactly?
>>
>> You'll find the answer if you take a look at this function in  the
>> index of the macro manual (see Help Menu in WinEdt).

I seem to have trouble locating the help chapter. I search
for Macros and ShowErrorLog but in the first case i only
get some info with nothing mentioned about the command
i was asking about. In the other case, i get no hits at all.
What might i do wrongly?

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2 Nov 2005 09:06

### Re: Getting back to editing area without mouse clicking

Konrad Den Ende schrieb:

>>>>I noticed that there is a call to ShowErrorLog(0); and i
>>>>wonder what it does. When i removed it i thought the
>>>>subarea would not open at all but it was wrong. So:
>>>>1) What does ShowErrorLog(0), ShowErrorLog(1),
>>>>etc. do exactly?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>You'll find the answer if you take a look at this function in  the
>>>index of the macro manual (see Help Menu in WinEdt).
>>>
>>>
>
>
>I seem to have trouble locating the help chapter. I search
>for Macros and ShowErrorLog but in the first case i only
>get some info with nothing mentioned about the command
>i was asking about. In the other case, i get no hits at all.
>What might i do wrongly?
>
>
Did you look in the macro manual (second item in the "Help" menu)?
If you look there for "ShowErrorLog", you will get the result "Error log
parsing" where "ShowErrorLog" is explained approximately in the middle
of the page...
(Build: 20050701  (v. 5.4))

Best regards,
Hanno


2 Nov 2005 11:39

### Re: Getting back to editing area without mouse clicking

>>>>> I noticed that there is a call to ShowErrorLog(0); and i
>>>>> wonder what it does.
>>>>>
>>>> You'll find the answer if you take a look at this function in
>>>> the index of the macro manual (see Help Menu in WinEdt).
>>
>> I seem to have trouble locating the help chapter. I search
>> for Macros and ShowErrorLog but...
>>
> Did you look in the macro manual (second item in the "Help" menu)?
> If you look there for "ShowErrorLog", you will get the result
> "Error log parsing" where "ShowErrorLog" is explained

No i haven't. Well, actually, i have _NOW_. I looked in the
general help and in there WinXP doesn't provide a good
search option so i looked "by hand". Didn't work very well,
hehe. Thanks for the help.

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2 Nov 2005 19:22

### How to disable auto formating

> > I have problem diabling the auto-formatting (or wrapping the lines)
> > of winedt. I would like to cut and paste some text from an excell
> > file and typeset it as a table.
>
> I think you can use the "WRAP" in the lower part of the
> frame. If you click it you'll disable the wraping for a
> while. Then you can activate it again.

This is the solution but it might be useful to know that hitting CTRL-Z once
immediately after the paste should usually undo the wrapping (hitting it
twice will, of course, undo the paste!).

Cheers,  Phil

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2 Nov 2005 21:51

### New Icons

Hi,

I want to add new buttons in the tool bar. The question is: How can I
to the "X" program, but the icon of the "X" program isn't an available icon.

Best regards,

Diego Villuendas Pellicero

PS: I apologize for my english.

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2 Nov 2005 22:33

### Wraping AND not wraping

I asked this question before as a subpart of a main issue
and it seems that the wondering got forgotten.

I wonder if it's possible to have WinEdt use wraping when
not in any special environment _AND_ not to use when
editing math-env for instance.

Also, since it's a pain in the rectum to switch from/to
wraping mode with the mouse - is there a shortcut for it?

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