Seyed Hassan Alavi | 3 Oct 08:48 2011
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Terminate application

Hi

Does Terminate Application have a shortcut. If not how could I assign one?
 
Wishes,
Hassan.

 
Hubert Lam | 3 Oct 09:23 2011

RE: Terminate application

Try Shift+Esc.

 

From: Seyed Hassan Alavi [mailto:alavi_s_h <at> yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 5:48 PM
To: winedt+list <at> wsg.net
Subject: [WinEdt] Terminate application

 

Hi

 

Does Terminate Application have a shortcut. If not how could I assign one?

 

Wishes,

Hassan.

 

 

 

Jcc | 13 Oct 18:37 2011
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Re: Reopen problem

I'm having the same problem... I know the solution is probably easy -- won't 
somebody save the day?!

Pierre BACH | 15 Oct 09:31 2011
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How to do that the working forlder change automatictly

Hi,

 

I am sorry, but i am a bit lost with my winedt 6   Build: 20110119  (v. 6.0). I wanted to change the default so that, when I change the file, the folder will be set to this file folder. I know that I can do this with Shift+CTrl+H, but when I am tired, I forget to do it when I save the file with another name so it ends in the wrong folder. I try  with  CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_AS=1, but without success.

 

In fact, I did not find how this work. Would a clever user then me know the solution?

 

Thanks in advance and all the best.

 

Pierre

 

 

 

[WORKING_DIRECTORY]

 

// See also the Help Topics on Startup Folders

 

CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_OPEN=1

CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_AS=0

CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_COPY_AS=0

PRESERVE_FOLDER_FOR_SAVE_COPY_AS=1       

Pierre BACH | 15 Oct 17:45 2011
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Self RE: How to do that the working forlder change automatictly is now: What is teh effect of CHANGE_ FOLDER flags?

Hi,

 

I asked for some help this morning before going to run near the river. That helped to find the solution by trying to change somewhere else  from %!p to %p and this works.

 

  ITEM="Save_As"

    CAPTION="Save &As..."

    IMAGE="SaveAs"

    // Change start folder to %p if you want the dialog in the same folder!   old %!p

    START_FOLDER="%P"

    MACRO="SaveDocAs;"

    REQ_DOCUMENT=1  

 

But my question about what will change if i change from 1 to 0 the flags in [WORKING DIRECTORY] is still actual: what means CHANGE_FOLDER ?

 

Thanks in advance and all the best.

 

Pierre

 

 

Hi,

 

I am sorry, but i am a bit lost with my winedt 6   Build: 20110119  (v. 6.0). I wanted to change the default so that, when I change the file, the folder will be set to this file folder. I know that I can do this with Shift+CTrl+H, but when I am tired, I forget to do it when I save the file with another name so it ends in the wrong folder. I try  with  CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_AS=1, but without success.

 

In fact, I did not find how this work. Would a clever user then me know the solution?

 

Thanks in advance and all the best.

 

Pierre

 

 

 

[WORKING_DIRECTORY]

 

// See also the Help Topics on Startup Folders

 

CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_OPEN=1

CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_AS=0

CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_COPY_AS=0

PRESERVE_FOLDER_FOR_SAVE_COPY_AS=1       

 

WinEdt Team | 15 Oct 18:08 2011

Re: Self RE: How to do that the working forlder change automatictly is now: What is teh effect of CHANGE_ FOLDER flags?

Pierre,
 
> But my question about what will change if i change from 1 to 0 the
> flags in [WORKING DIRECTORY] is still actual: what means
> CHANGE_FOLDER ?
 
> CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_AS=1
 
This option changes working directory (%!P) to the location of
saved document (after it was saved). You can use Get Folder command
in Document Menu to verify this.
 
If this change had no effect it is most likely that you forgot to
Load the modified script.
 
This is not quite the same as the change for the menu item. This
one sets the working directory to the specified location before the
Save As dialog is displayed. Both make sense (depending on how you
want to use this functionality).
 
Working directory can get reset if you open a file in some other
folder.
 
This works exactly as it did in WinEdt 5.
 
The problem is that the new Options interface in WinEdt 6 is
currently not well documented. This will change for the next
version: documentation will be complete and up-to-date. Work on
documentation is the main reason why unicode-ready WinEdt 7 has not
been released yet...
 
Best regards,
 
alex

 

Roman | 15 Oct 19:25 2011
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Macro Documentation

Alex,

On 10/15/2011 12:08 PM, WinEdt Team wrote:

> The problem is that the new Options interface in WinEdt 6 is
> currently not well documented. This will change for the next
> version: documentation will be complete and up-to-date. Work on
> documentation is the main reason why unicode-ready WinEdt 7 has not
> been released yet...
>  
> Best regards,
>  
> alex
> 

With regard to documentation, I find that many Macro commands are
neither mentioned nor documented in the WinEdt Macro Manual. Examples of
such macros found in various .edt files are: ShowConsole, RunConsole,
IfConsoleRunning, etc.

Will we see an improvement in this area?

Regards,

Roman
Build 20110315 (v. 6.0)

WinEdt Team | 15 Oct 20:30 2011

Re: Macro Documentation

> With regard to documentation, I find that many Macro commands are
> neither mentioned nor documented in the WinEdt Macro Manual.
> Examples of such macros found in various .edt files are:
> ShowConsole, RunConsole, IfConsoleRunning, etc.
>
> Will we see an improvement in this area?

Yes. Big times!

Best regards,

alex

Pierre BACH | 16 Oct 13:47 2011
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RE: Self RE: How to do that the working forlder change automatictly is now: What is teh effect of CHANGE_ FOLDER flags?

Alex,

 

Thanks for your answer and thanks for the entire big job you do. I updated my WinEdt version to have more documentation and I can now precise my question:

 

I search for an option that could be called CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SELECTING_ANOTHER_DOCUMENT_TAGS   

 

(ActivateChild, MDI look to be related to this)  I try to put Set_Folder=1  into  [DOCUMENT_TABS]  section  but it gives an error.

 

Is there a place in the options where we can change the actions taken when I select another document tabs by adding  a line with Set_Folder=1 or equivalent function.

 

Thanks in advance and enjoy your Sunday.

 

Pierre

 

 

De : WinEdt Team [mailto:support <at> winedt.com]
Envoyé : samedi 15 octobre 2011 18:08
À : winedt+list <at> wsg.net
Objet : Re: [WinEdt] Self RE: How to do that the working forlder change automatictly is now: What is teh effect of CHANGE_ FOLDER flags?

 

Pierre,

 

> But my question about what will change if i change from 1 to 0 the
> flags in [WORKING DIRECTORY] is still actual: what means
> CHANGE_FOLDER ?

 

> CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SAVE_AS=1

 

This option changes working directory (%!P) to the location of
saved document (after it was saved). You can use Get Folder command
in Document Menu to verify this.

 

If this change had no effect it is most likely that you forgot to
Load the modified script.

 

This is not quite the same as the change for the menu item. This
one sets the working directory to the specified location before the
Save As dialog is displayed. Both make sense (depending on how you
want to use this functionality).

 

Working directory can get reset if you open a file in some other
folder.

 

This works exactly as it did in WinEdt 5.

 

The problem is that the new Options interface in WinEdt 6 is
currently not well documented. This will change for the next
version: documentation will be complete and up-to-date. Work on
documentation is the main reason why unicode-ready WinEdt 7 has not
been released yet...

 

Best regards,

 

alex

 

WinEdt Team | 16 Oct 20:28 2011

Re: Self RE: How to do that the working forlder change automatictly is now: What is teh effect of CHANGE_ FOLDER flags?

> Thanks for your answer and thanks for the entire big job you do. I
> updated my WinEdt version to have more documentation and I can now
> precise my question:
>
> I search for an option that could be called
> CHANGE_FOLDER_ON_SELECTING_ANOTHER_DOCUMENT_TAGS
>
> (ActivateChild, MDI look to be related to this) I try to put
> Set_Folder=1 into [DOCUMENT_TABS] section but it gives an error.
>
> Is there a place in the options where we can change the actions
> taken when I select another document tabs by adding a line with
> Set_Folder=1 or equivalent function.
 
There is no such option. However, you can use Advanced
Configuration -> Event Handlers and modify ON_DOC_ACTIVATE event
handler with
 
  SetFolder('%p');
 
Defaults don't use this event handler but you can enable it and
modify the macro (all through the Options Interface).
 
Best regards,
 
alex


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