Customize Toolbar - New Version 4.1
Version 4.1 of Customize Toolbar has been released.
Version 4.1 fixes the problem that prevented the ‘Folder Margin Style’ options (in Notepad++ Settings > Preferences > Editing) from actually changing the folder margin style. In order to fix this problem, the command codes for the ‘Hide … Margin’ menu items and toolbar buttons have had to be changed (see Release Notes below).
Both ANSI and Unicode variants are available for download at:
New features, changes and fixes in Version 4.1:
Chg: Command code for Hide Line Number Margin menu item and toolbar button changed from 44012 to 44212.
Chg: Command code for Hide Bookmark Margin menu item and toolbar button changed from 44013 to 44213.
Chg: Command code for Hide Folder Margin menu item and toolbar button changed from 44014 to 44214.
Fix: Changing Folder Margin Style in Notepad++ Settings > Preferences > Editing dialog did not change folder margin style. Fixed.
@dave-user Any plans on implementing a 64-bit version and/or can you make the source available through GitHub?
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@Alexander-Kravchenko uninstall DSpellCheck plugin to “solve” problem.
I found that now no plugin can change the size of toolbar’s icon. Would you like to add the feature in your plunin? Thank you.
Custom button error on img:
How to fix it?
Did those icons belong to
Did you manually edit
CustomizeToolbar.btn? - If you did, remove the references from that file.
You can also try deleting
Configfolder) and restart NPP.
How can I create Icons for funtions which there are no icons yet but there is a menu item for it?
Thank you for reporting this. I also had same issues and discussed with Dave.
Apparently the CustomizeToolbar plugin needs all other plugins to be loaded and initialized on start up. Since there is no indication by NPP, an arbitrary waiting time is set then plugin starts. So on slower machines (and with many/ heavy plugins) this time may be insufficient.
As a workaround, a version with longer waiting time is under test,
Note, these times are in milliseconds range so it should not “slow down” too much the NPP startup.
As for DSpellCheck - the relation to this issue is its relatively long overall time to load so any optimization in this regard will help additionally. Already reported on their GitHub
@dave-user Sorry for bringing this instead of you, I am excited that this annoying thing has a workaround!