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« Reply #30 on: June 02, 2006, 06:01:59 am »

@JWFarrar (on your previous topic),

Was the directory "C:\WINDOWS\System" in your PATH environment variable?
If not, add it to the existing string in your Environment table, rename the copy of unicows.dll you placed in the target directory you used for installing win32pad.

See if it functions properly this way. If not, just restore the fiilename for unicows.dll.
If it does work you can probably do without all those local copies op the dll.
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« Reply #31 on: June 02, 2006, 06:15:14 am »

@milch-extra (on using Ctrl-Y)

This key combination is used for Cut operations in a lot of (code) editors.
So I should hope that Gena01 will leave this functionality as it is.

For the correct use of this functionality, just
 - cut out the text you want (using Ctrl-Y; advantage, you don't need to select the text when cutting an entire line of text :D),
 - then select the text you want to replace
   (you can hold down the Shift key to select multiple characters, words and/or lines;
    this works while using the mouse as well as while pressing any arrow, home, page up/down or end key),
 - and finally you just paste the cut text over it (using Ctrl-V).
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« Reply #32 on: June 02, 2006, 02:07:32 pm »

For the individual who explained "Smart Home"...thanks...appreciate the help

as for others who have written back on the unicows.dll issue...

Yep...this was just my goof...nothing more.  Other programs on my machine use this .dll and each one stores it in the target install directory for the associated application.  I for some reason had it in my head that the default location for system .dll s was /windows instead of /windows/system ...my bad.  The environemnt variables are set ok...and...once I put it in windows/system, everything works fine.  As a note...yes...it will ALSO work if you just put it in the directory along with Win32Pad.exe....either is fine...

again...thanks for the responses and the help...

to GENA01....great program....it does all the things that I wanted notepad to do!
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« Reply #33 on: June 06, 2006, 07:28:45 pm »

Last night I discovered another example of pasting text into Win32pad and just getting a square symbol followed by a capital B. I ran a virus scan using the current version of BitDefender 9 Standard. At the end of the scan I clicked the Show Report button in BitDefender, which automatically loads the report into Notepad. I wanted to read the report in Win32pad instead of Notepad, so I selected the report in Notepad, copied it to the clipboard, and pasted it into Win32pad. All I got was a square B. I just thought I should post this to show that the problem isn't limited to pasting text from my old version of Eudora. BitDefender offers a 30-day trial version, so anyone who wants to could probably duplicate this problem (assuming it's not due to the fact that I'm running Windows 98 SE).

Jon Maloney
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« Reply #34 on: June 09, 2006, 04:40:48 am »

Character ALT+0173 is still invisible in this version.
« Reply #35 on: December 03, 2008, 03:30:18 pm »

Quote from:  link=topic=134.msg984#msg984 date=1148051703
<font color='#000000'>Henrik: A customizable time/date stamp would be cool, but in some cases, I like the time-date stamp as it is, but would just like one of the two reversed without having to change it in the options.

As for the Scintilla thing, I have never used it, but the abbreviations sounds a little different from the quick buffers in metapad. <a href="http://liquidninja.com/metapad/faq.html#Q9">Scroll to Advanced 2</a> and read about quick buffers.</font>
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