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I meant just that the info returned by controlposition() would've been more precise than the slightly fluctuating get(cursorpos). but it's still fine for what Filehero wants to do. Actually, last night I'd checked with get(cursorpos) and noticed the small differences, didn't think much of that, and...
Thanks for these ideas :D I have a CTB-called script, itself calling PopUpNested() - after quite some calculation. So if moving the cursor after clicking, before P.U.Nested runs, it opens just "somewhere else". Further the Button is rather on the right side, so when opening nested levels of the menu...
Hallo Ralph, Response from the other side of the world :-) You are right with "find some documentation" - that's a big part of my problem, too. Often you simply must test... ...and I must say: the syntax of XY doesn't really fit the abilities of PSPad highlighting :cry: So I think I'll continue with...
I'm working on new PSPad definitions for XY. In the moment: colorization, i.e. the .ini Having difficulties... :( Someone interested to talk about??? No Problem with [KeyWords] Section, but PROBLEMS with [ReservedWords] I'm on to DELETE ALL in [ReservedWords] (but "Not", "Like" etc.) Some Reasons: -...
I see the problem that when just looking to the Operators column, you see + and - and expect you know what's meant. (Everybody knows + and -!) Only a look for Additional Information brings you to understand, that not + -, but "Unary + -" is meant. I think this basic info belongs to the Operator colu...
- 13 Jan 2019 14:35
- Forum: Wishes
- Topic: "Operator Precedence", Compound Operators
- Replies: 0
- Views: 590
For Compound Operators your interpretation and realization is different from mine. => I'd expect the added operand of these Operators "as an addition to the '='", so that this operand is to execute very last, together with the '='. That is: $a *= expression; should always be $a = $a * (expression); ...
- 08 Jan 2019 15:48
- Forum: Bug Reports
- Topic: '<xyicons>' is interpolated within single-quotes
- Replies: 8
- Views: 388
Hm - *must* it be so that the resolving inside <...> is the same as that in $xxx? Because I understand the double resolving in <date hh:nn:ss.$ms>, but don't expect it in the msg $var; expression. Maybe treat the string inside <...> analog to a *double* quoted string, i.e.,variables are resolved? No...
- 18 Dec 2018 12:33
- Forum: Tips & Tricks, Questions & Answers
- Topic: Some executables not in desktop folder with XYplorer
- Replies: 3
- Views: 270
No - that's the split of Win Desktop into This User and All Users.
In general these are 2 different directories - while Win Explorer shows them mixed.
So: XY is more exact