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« Reply #15 on: January 17, 2004, 07:45:16 pm »

Just to confirm that the change in behaviour re "paste" under Win95 occurred between v1.4.1 and v1.4.2, when the changelog states "Fixed a Paste problem on Win98."

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« Reply #16 on: January 20, 2004, 05:20:02 pm »

Hi

I made Win32pad 1.5.0 only 22Kb. You can use UPX utility on the official release. http://upx.sourceforge.net
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« Reply #17 on: January 21, 2004, 09:25:38 am »

UPX and other executable packers tend to be more useful for larger executables though.

If one really wanted to then it should be applied first to win32pad.exe, then to the installer, though I think the installer should have its own compression methods.
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« Reply #18 on: January 21, 2004, 06:01:07 pm »

I'm sure this isn't a bug you normally expect to deal with. I have 5728321 lines in a file. I tried to copy all those lines to the clipboard and paste them again to the bottom of the document. I do a select all, and tried copying with CTRL+C and the icon at the top. When I try to paste with either CTRL+V or hit the paste icon, it pretends like it's going to paste all the lines to the screen, but doesn't.

Otherwise, win32pad is great as always.
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« Reply #19 on: January 22, 2004, 11:52:19 am »

I am now using win32pad exclusively for program development. Until now, I was doing all my editing using Norton Editor in a DOS box.

There is one feature of the Norton editor I am really missing, it is the ability to match bracket, and braces (the set of (), <>, {}, []), for example, set the cursor on one of these, then click match, and the cursor move to the matching item.

 In programming, it is very usefull to find where the matching element has gone after significant editing.

Many thanks for this nice program.

Rg.
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« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2004, 11:49:16 pm »

i've set in Win32pad ,font terminal with size 9 , think the result is this..
              Üßþ                                 ÜÜÜ ÜÛÜ       Üßþ
               Þ                                  ÛÜÛÛ² ß        Þ      Ü²Ü
               Þ ÜÜÜÜÜÜÜ ßþ  flames          ßßß Üþ        Þ       ß
     ÜÜÜþ   ÜÜÛßÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ                 ÜÜÜÜÜÜÜÜ          ÜÜÜÜÜÜÜÞÜ
    ÞÛÛÝ   ÞÛÛÝÞ ²ÛÛÛÛ²        Ü²Ü   ÜÛÛÛß    ßÛÛÛÜ    ÜÛÛÛß    ßÛÛÛÛÜ
     ßß²ÜÜÜßß  Þß²ÛÛÛÛ² ÜÜÜÜÜ   ß   ÞÛÛÛÝ      ÞÛÛÛÝ  ÞÛÛÛ²      ÞÛÛÛÛÝ
               Þ ²Ûß ß²ß  ßßÛÛÛÜ     ßß²ß    ÜÜÛÛ²ß   ÛÛÛÛÝ      Þ ²ß ß
       þßÜÜ    Þ ²ÛÛÜÛ²      ²ÛÛÛ       ÜÜÛÛÛÛßß      ²ÛÛÛÝ      Þ ²Ûܲ
         ÞÛÛÜ  Þß²ÛÛÛÛ²      ²ÛÛ²    ÜÛÛÛÛ²ß          ²ÛÛÛÝ      ÞܲÛÛ²
        ÜÛÛ²ß  Þ ²ÛÛÛÛ²      ²ÛÛ²   ÛÛÛÛÛß   ÜÜÜÛÛÛÜ  ÞÛÛÛÛ      Þ ÛÛÛÝ
  Ü ÜÜÛÛÛÛÛÜÜÜܲÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÜ     ²ÛÛ²  Þ²ÛÛÛÛÜܲßßßßÛÛÛ²Ü  ßÛÛÛÛÜ   ÜÛÛÛÛß
               Þ             ²ÛÛÜ  Þßßßßß          ßßþ    ßßßßßßßÞß
       Ý þß    ß              ²ÛÛÝ Þ                   Ü²Ü       Þ
  ÜÜÛßßÝ ÜÜÜ  ßÛÜÜ             ßßßÜÞ                    ß        ²Ý   Û
 ÞÛÛÝ  ÝÛÜÛ²Û  ÞÛ²Ý      h2O       Þß  ß                         ß    Ý
  ßß²ÜÜÝ ßßß  ÜÛßß                 ÛÝ                ß  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßÜÜ
       Ýß                          Ý                            Ü²Ü  ÜÜÜ ßÛÛÜ
       Ý                           Ý                             ß  ÛÜÛ²Û ÞÛÛÝ
       Ý                           Ý                              Üþ ßßß ÜÛ²ß
       Ý Release   :                                             ÜÜÜÜ ÝÜßß

but ,when i've restarted the font aern't fix, and i view this ..


               Üßþ                                 ÜÜÜ ÜÛÜ       Üßþ
               Þ                                  ÛÜÛÛ² ß        Þ      Ü²Ü
               Þ ÜÜÜÜÜÜÜ ßþ  flames          ßßß Üþ        Þ       ß
     ÜÜÜþ   ÜÜÛßÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ                 ÜÜÜÜÜÜÜÜ          ÜÜÜÜÜÜÜÞÜ
    ÞÛÛÝ   ÞÛÛÝÞ ²ÛÛÛÛ²        Ü²Ü   ÜÛÛÛß    ßÛÛÛÜ    ÜÛÛÛß    ßÛÛÛÛÜ
     ßß²ÜÜÜßß  Þß²ÛÛÛÛ² ÜÜÜÜÜ   ß   ÞÛÛÛÝ      ÞÛÛÛÝ  ÞÛÛÛ²      ÞÛÛÛÛÝ
               Þ ²Ûß ß²ß  ßßÛÛÛÜ     ßß²ß    ÜÜÛÛ²ß   ÛÛÛÛÝ      Þ ²ß ß
       þßÜÜ    Þ ²ÛÛÜÛ²      ²ÛÛÛ       ÜÜÛÛÛÛßß      ²ÛÛÛÝ      Þ ²Ûܲ
         ÞÛÛÜ  Þß²ÛÛÛÛ²      ²ÛÛ²    ÜÛÛÛÛ²ß          ²ÛÛÛÝ      ÞܲÛÛ²
        ÜÛÛ²ß  Þ ²ÛÛÛÛ²      ²ÛÛ²   ÛÛÛÛÛß   ÜÜÜÛÛÛÜ  ÞÛÛÛÛ      Þ ÛÛÛÝ
  Ü ÜÜÛÛÛÛÛÜÜÜܲÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÜ     ²ÛÛ²  Þ²ÛÛÛÛÜܲßßßßÛÛÛ²Ü  ßÛÛÛÛÜ   ÜÛÛÛÛß
               Þ             ²ÛÛÜ  Þßßßßß          ßßþ    ßßßßßßßÞß
       Ý þß    ß              ²ÛÛÝ Þ                   Ü²Ü       Þ
  ÜÜÛßßÝ ÜÜÜ  ßÛÜÜ             ßßßÜÞ                    ß        ²Ý   Û
 ÞÛÛÝ  ÝÛÜÛ²Û  ÞÛ²Ý      h2O       Þß  ß                         ß    Ý
  ßß²ÜÜÝ ßßß  ÜÛßß                 ÛÝ                ß  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßÜÜ
       Ýß                          Ý                            Ü²Ü  ÜÜÜ ßÛÛÜ
       Ý                           Ý                             ß  ÛÜÛ²Û ÞÛÛÝ
       Ý                           Ý                              Üþ ßßß ÜÛ²ß
       Ý Release   :                                             ÜÜÜÜ ÝÜßß
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« Reply #21 on: January 26, 2004, 12:52:36 pm »

deekayen said:

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I have 5728321 lines in a file


WOW!  Is that the leaked source code of Half-Life 2?  :)
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« Reply #22 on: January 29, 2004, 10:05:42 am »

There are known issues with the Terminal font being messed up in richedit control. I am investigating. I am also looking through some bug reports and e-mails I received recently.

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« Reply #23 on: January 29, 2004, 02:57:17 pm »

Great news!  Long time no reply from you..  was thinking you had a break for a few weeks.
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« Reply #24 on: January 29, 2004, 06:53:55 pm »

I was on vacation. :)

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« Reply #25 on: February 04, 2004, 11:26:39 am »

ok i've been trying to replicate some of the reported issues without much success. I need more details.

Please provide:
- Operating System, Win32Pad version, riched20.dll version
- test files
- screenshots
- steps to reproduce

Thank you.

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« Reply #26 on: February 04, 2004, 12:38:14 pm »

I'm using windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpsp2.030422-1633 : Service Pack 1)

Richedit Version 3.0 (File version 5.30.23.1211)

Win32Pad 1.5.0

This is the inifile

[Config]
WordWrap=1
HighlightURLs=1
AutoIndent=1
TabSize=3
Font=Verdana
dwEffects=0
FontColor=0
CharSet=0
BackColor=16777215
FontSize=160
Search=bäst

[View]
AlwaysOnTop=0
Statusbar=1
Toolbar=1
SavePosition=1
RecentFiles=1
SelectionBar=1
LineNumbers=1
FullPath=1
TabsToSpaces=0
DNDNewWindow=0
MinimizeToTray=0
EscapeExit=0
FileChange=1
left=85
top=45
right=968
bottom=677
WindowState=1

Just make some lines (returnchar only...) and then see the missmatch of the line and the linenumbers.
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« Reply #27 on: February 06, 2004, 02:56:32 pm »

What is the latest riched20.dll? I have been having trouble with Xnews when I upgraded to richedit 3.0. My version is "5.30.23.1200"
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« Reply #28 on: February 14, 2004, 05:14:41 pm »

Hello,

Just a small annoyance I get from WinPad v1.5. When opening text files, it seems for a very brief moment (and very fast) Winpad scrolls down to the end of the document and then goes back on top again. Very minor issue but it somehow annoys me. :)

Other than that, it's a great tool I've been using it for years!

Thanks!
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« Reply #29 on: March 01, 2004, 12:35:52 pm »

Hello again! Another minor thing I've noticed, when I copy text from Win32Pad and paste it into WordPad, the text isn't copied as "plain text" -- the particular font and tab settings Win32Pad uses internally seem to be copied over as well.

It would be more consistent with Win32Pad's functionality, I think, for this data to be copied out of Win32Pad as plain text, rather than having all that rich text "baggage" along for the ride.
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