• @donho said:

    @patrickdrd said:

    I’m having problems copying text with greek characters to another app, in 7.6.6 it works fine

    Telling us that you have a problem doesn’t help you to solve your problem.
    Describing it by providing more detail information does.

    what information do you want?
    I’m receiving sql queries by email that I open with npp and I then copy the file content to sql manager program in order to execute them, well, with 7.7 Greek characters are displayed like Chinese, I rolled back to 7.6.6 and they display properly

  • @dinkumoil

    aahhhhh - I constantly forget about using it. :-)
    Yes, it works without but as the syntax defines it, it should be used, imho.
    Who knows what a future update will do.

  • @Michael-Vincent

    IMO that isn’t a great solution either because, when you repeat the operation, without first moving the caret manually, you should again end up where you start. And in the case of your NppExec script, and the OP’s original text, that doesn’t happen when you start with your insert caret just to the left of ((not.

  • Welcome, @Egon-Olsen, to the Notepad++ Community. You said:

    As this key seems to be “not user-assignable”, it looks it is “internally hard coded” ?
    Is there a reason for that ?
    Unfortunately it does not work this way and when looking at the current shortcut config within NPP it shows “Ctrl+unlisted” / “confict found”.
    Is there any possibility to get this realized ?

    When I tried to set a shortcut using the Settings > Shortcut Mapper, the ^ caret key doesn’t even show up. I believe this is because ^ isn’t a separate key (on a standard US keyboard): it’s the Shift+6 key (US).

    So if you want the keystroke to be Ctrl+^, that’s the same as Ctrl+Shift+6. That, you can easily map in the Shortcut Mapper, or by the following line in your shortcuts.xml:

    <Shortcut id="43009" Ctrl="yes" Alt="no" Shift="yes" Key="54" />

    (Remember that if you edit shortcuts.xml in Notepad++, you must not have changed any settings in the current session; the best advice is close all Notepad++ instances, open Notepad++ and edit shortcuts.xml; save and exit Notepad++; reload, and the change should take effect. But I find it easier to change in the Shortcut Mapper)

    edit: or, as @Michael-Vincent posted while I was typing this, you could just use the Ctrl+6, if you don’t want to hit the extra shift key; I don’t know which you would prefer.

  • Thank you.

    The box was indeed checked.

    Problem solved.

    I appreciate your kind assistance.


  • @Alan-Kilborn
    Thanks, maybe I’ll try, if I find any time for it.


  • Hi,
    I know these posts are pretty old, but I hope I can still get the list.
    Would you please send it to my email ivy.noname@web.de
    Thanks a lot

  • @gstavi said:

    TagLEET (I am its author)

    Then you are the right person to ask this of: What is the “LEET” part supposed to mean?

  • @rddim said:

    but please note that the SQLite version in my post is different

    I’ve used the link to SQLite which I found in old PluginManager's XML plugin list.

  • OMG!! it worked… thank you so so much ☻

  • @Keith-Collyer

    thank you for reporting back, and glad to hear that plugin installation is working now, without opening an explorer window.

    your report can help others, who might have a similar constellation and experience the same, if an older version of qttabbar was the cause.

    many thanks and best regards.

  • welcome to the notepad++ community, @Paul-Renold

    yes, you are correct.

    a fix has been submitted to address this issue, but it has not been merged into 7.7 for issue strategic reasons, due to the major changes within this release.

    many thanks and best regards.

  • @Jonathan-Grant

    I think your problem is with the audio device, not with N++. I found some comments that says it might be a firmware problem but I forgot the forum name. Try to search for the problem.

    This is my last answer for that topic, because this is a Notepad++ Community. I hope you can find a sollution!

  • @Kevin-Stern

    what happens if you unpin this file from the nppjumplist,
    unpin notepad++ from the task bar,
    close notepad++.

    then open notepad++,
    pin notepad++ to your task bar,
    and pin one of your files to the jumplist again.

    does it still just open notepad++ if it is closed, without opening the file ?

    note: i’ve experienced nppjumplist to occasonally fail to open files when notepad++ is already running, but not if it’s closed.
    this does not seem to depend on the notepad++ version, but rather a change after one of the windows updates.

  • @patrick-irvold I haven’t tried this code for a while. If there is something broken in the most recent update, you can open an issue at https://github.com/dail8859/LuaScript

  • Try Geany

  • @Dandello2000

    So there is one extension you want to skip; but how many different ones are there to include? If a small number, the obvious solution is to exclude the one you don’t want by including all those you do want.

  • @Alan-Kilborn

    as far as i have seen, the numbering was introduced before the search filter was added, to allow supporters to say e.g. “go to line 143”.

    you are correct, the numbering is still generated at the time of displaying, and not taken from a table, created once, when shortcut mapper is initialised.

  • @Eduardo-Gonzales ,

    I want emergency help

    I think we need to start by adjusting your expectations. Notepad++ is free and open source software. You didn’t pay the developers for their time and effort. Further, you haven’t come to an official “support” hotline, where you are paying for immediate answers to your problems; you have come to the Community forum, where people from the Notepad++ Community, who are fellow Notepad++ users (and occasionally people who have participated in development, though not always, or even necessarily often) who come to this forum to freely give their time to help users – both long-term or new – solve problems or find workarounds.

    And note my use of the word “workarounds”: often, we in the Community provide you with debugging help, and once the problem is found, come up with alternates or workarounds to help you through your issue, because we cannot directly create updates to the Notepad++ core code, and/or to the plugin code involved; and even when bug reports are issued in the proper channels for the application or the appropriate plugin, they can take weeks or months before they are implemented and released (if ever).

    In light of these circumstances, instead of demanding our immediate help, you should politely request help.

    on to your specific technical problem:

    After updating NOTEPAD ++ 7.5.9

    Does that mean you previously had v7.5.9, and it has now updated to a new version? Or that you had an even older version, and have now upgraded to v7.5.9? Because the likely solution paths will be different for those two circumstances. Also,

    are you using 32-bit or 64-bit Notepad++? (Zen Coding plugin is currently only released for the 32-bit.)

    Both of those questions will be correctly answered by sending us the ? > Debug Info > Copy debug info into clipboard. Further, so we know which copy of Zen Coding is installed, please go to Plugins > Zen Coding - Python > About and let us know exactly what that dialog box says – or, if there is no Plugins > Zen Coding - Python, let us know that.

    plug-in does not work

    Could you give us specifics? Does that mean it doesn’t exist in the menu after you install it? Or it does exist in the menu, but nothing happens when you try to use it? Or something happens, but that “something” is an error message?

    Giving us information will do a lot more to help us help you than using exclamation points and demanding compliance to your desires.

    If you provide us with information, and treat us in a reasonable manner, we will do our best to help you.

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