6.9 Release Candidate
v6.9 contains a new feature Folder as Workspace which is one of most wanted features.
Before its release, I need your help for testing this feature to make sure the stability
Folder as Workspace opens your folder(s) in a panel so you can browse folder(s) and open any file in Notepad++.
Every changement in the folder(s) from outside will be synchronized in the panel.
How to use: Simply drop 1 (or several) folder(s) in Notepad++.
Here is Release Candidate of 6.9 :
Please let me know if you find any critical issue.
The discussion about this feature made me aware of a related (and to me, much more valuable) feature called workspaces! This makes me wonder how many other features I don’t use because I don’t know they exist. I wonder if there is something like an instruction manual for Notepad++.
I would also like to check that this new version contains a fix to the problem associated with files that change externally to Notepad++, that caused the previous version to be retracted.
Yes, indeed. I’m aware of the lack of document.
I’m doing an online Notepad++ document (gitbook) based on the old document.
Once I finish it’s structure, I will call the community to join for its maintenance.
I discovered after I wrote that comment that there are, in fact some scraps of manuals to be found on the internet, but nothing that even comes close to documenting all the NPP features!
Do you intend that the manual at the link you gave will grow with time at that location, or will the new manual appear somewhere else in due course?
Is there a way to add the current file being edited to a workspace. I think that would be quite useful. I also appreciate that the NPP_Workspace file is in a very simple format if it is necessary to create a workspace outside NPP
David and All,
In addition to the future N++ documentation ( gitook ) , proposed by Don, at the address :
Here are, below, TWO links to OLDER documentations :
- Download the English NppHelp.chm file, N++ v6.6.4 ( the latest, that I could find ! ), from the link below.
If, when clicking on the downloaded help file, you get a security warning dialog, just uncheck the option Always ask before opening this file and valid the opening
Click on the link below ( up to N++ 6.6.6, about ) and, then, click, on the left part ( The side bar ) of that main page, on one of the two N++ ARTICLES,
I already wrote about problems copying. Here’s a video.
I can reproduce this bug. I’ll take care of it.
Bug has been fixed and committed:
Will be in the next version.
Thanks for your comment guy038,
However, I hope you agree that none of those documents in their present form come even close to describing the full functionality of NP++!
IMHO, a decent NP++ manual would be by far the most valuable feature that could be added at this point!
Of course, I totally agree to your last post ! That said, who should maintain an updated documentation of N++ ?
It would be quite a huge work for an unique man ( or woman !). And, to my mind, too many people should not be the good solution, too ! I do think that a narrowed team of 4-5 persons ( which would have, each of them, some skills, on a specific domain ), and with Don Ho, as the coordinator, would be the best configuration !
Could this me set up something like a wiki project - perhaps freezing out sections as soon as they seem satisfactory?
Otherwise, I don’t see the manual ever being done! Think of how much useful material can be found on Wiki!