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CudaText (text editor)

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This is cross-platform text editor, Win32/Linux/OSX
Details about features, about plugins, about screenshots:

www.uvviewsoft.com

How to config
http://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText#Configs

I'm glad if someone can write plugin (Python)
I'm glad if someone makes language file (now exists: de fr ru es ja pt zh)
http://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText#How_to_make_translation
http://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText#How_to_make_theme_package
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I prefer SynWrite because there is a major drawback
in CudaText and many other text editors.
Try to mark a block of text in column mode and then hit Tab to intend this block
The result is loosing the marked text.
SynWrite handles this without problems.
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will fix it later. Issue with vert-block.
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Horst;
new Cuda fixes it, you confirm?
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Post by *Horst.Epp »

Alextp wrote:Horst;
new Cuda fixes it, you confirm?
Unfortunately no :(
Now the marked text is no longer deleted
but the whole lines which contain the marked block are intented
and not only the marked block.
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I see how Synwrite does it, it shiftts vert-block but not usual way: it adds indent from left column of block
You want the same?
How other apps do it?
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Post by *Horst.Epp »

Alextp wrote:I see how Synwrite does it, it shiftts vert-block but not usual way: it adds indent from left column of block
You want the same?
How other apps do it?
Yes, I want the same as SynWrite does.
I have one other free Editor doing the same as SynWrite, is EditBone
http://www.bonecode.com/
I'm doing such Column operations very often and have sorted out all Editors which are not following the logic of SynWrite.
For me this the only logical behaviour if a block is marked.
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@Alextp
now that there is a 64bit version of cudatext any chance you can convert this editor into a lister plugin?
the only x64 editor is your old syn2 (maybe update the x64 build of syn2), the need for a lister plugin is editing text inside archives as F4 does not work within archives only F3 does
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Post by *Horst.Epp »

iana wrote:@Alextp
now that there is a 64bit version of cudatext any chance you can convert this editor into a lister plugin?
the only x64 editor is your old syn2 (maybe update the x64 build of syn2), the need for a lister plugin is editing text inside archives as F4 does not work within archives only F3 does
For me F4 inside archive works.
TC asks if the file should be unpacked and edited.
Then the configured text editor starts.
Windows 10 Home x64 Version 21H1 (OS Build 19043.1055)
TC 10.00 x64 / x86
Everything 1.5.0.1263a (x64)
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For me even without any questions ...
It's impossible to lead us astray for we don't care even to choose the way.
#259941, TC 10.00 RC3 x64, Windows 7 SP1 x64
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Horst.Epp wrote:TC asks if the file should be unpacked and edited.
Ovg wrote:For me even without any questions ...
This depends on an Ini option:
TC help section 4.b wrote:ExpertMode=1 1: run files inside archives directly on ENTER; 0: show property sheet

BTW, F4 works for me for standard archives (zip, rar) as well. Which archive format did you try?
TC plugins: PCREsearch and RegXtract
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milo1012 wrote:
TC help section 4.b wrote:ExpertMode=1 1: run files inside archives directly on ENTER; 0: show property sheet
Thanks for information!
It's impossible to lead us astray for we don't care even to choose the way.
#259941, TC 10.00 RC3 x64, Windows 7 SP1 x64
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Horst.Epp wrote:
iana wrote:@Alextp
now that there is a 64bit version of cudatext any chance you can convert this editor into a lister plugin?
the only x64 editor is your old syn2 (maybe update the x64 build of syn2), the need for a lister plugin is editing text inside archives as F4 does not work within archives only F3 does
For me F4 inside archive works.
TC asks if the file should be unpacked and edited.
Then the configured text editor starts.
could it will be a highlight pre-view wls-plugins for CQ ? syn2 x64 was too old and slow and could not save setting
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Post by *iana »

yes a 64bit wlx is needed
there are several text viewers/editors for 32bit lister only the old syn2 for x64 :(
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