Notepad++ v7.2 released
Please check the following link for the detail:
Pablo Santa Ana
Hello, thank you for the release.
I’ve noticed that when choosing the options while installing the program, I can no longer choose the “Use the old, obsolete and monstrous icon” for the associated files as was available in previous installers (image).
How can I change the icon? With all the pluses of Notepad++, the files icon is not one for me :)
Download the Resource Hacker freeware. …
Locate the EXE file that you want to change. …
Make a backup of the EXE file. …
Right-click on the EXE file. …
Click Action and select Replace Icon. …
Open the new icon. …
Click the Replace button. …
Click File and select Save.
- in status bar to the right we have current opened document’s encoding info (STATUS-BAR_ENC-NFO) ANSI/UTF-8-BOM/UTF-8/…
my problem is
lots of years I’ve problems with Encoding
in settings - preferences - New Document (tab) - I selected Encoding’s point “UTF-8 with BOM”
Ctrl + N. in this case new document will have document encoding “UTF-8” but here in STATUS-BAR_ENC-NFO value is “UTF-8 with BOM”.
in this new doc I’ve wrote ONE russian CHAR - “Ы” (e.g. - without ")
saved this new doc and realy it has “UTF-8” because 5 bytes
SORRY FOR ENGLISH. here I uploaded video. it’s match more better look at this video
N++ 7.2 - new doc lable is “UTF 8 with BOM” but realy “UTF-8”
more problems with indication encoding
please look at other uploaded video
Are parallel installations officially supported? I ask because if I silently install notepad++ 32-bit on a system that already has notepad++ 64-bit installed, it will uninstall 64-bit in the process.
If they are supported, then during silent installation the prompt “You’re installing 32-bit version. 64-bit version has been installed. Remove it?” should default as “No.” If parallel installations are not recommended or supported, then the current silent installation behavior is fine.
The addition of another command line switch to choose the answer to that prompt would also work as well.
When using find/replace, it doesn’t do so completely. I needed to replace | (pipe) and " (double quote) with nothing and it ignored those which were separated by . (period). This is not a problem for my colleagues who ignored the upgrade pop-up.
Are you sure you didn’t have Regular Expression mode turned on when you did your F&R? Your use of “pipe” and “period” make regex bells go off in my head? Maybe provide a specific example with real data where it screws up?
I don’t know how to check if I’m in that mode. It’s not listed in my installed plugins. Here’s a data sample:
|.|xxxx |#xxx |HENDERSON |NV|89074|0000|…|…|…|
I installed an old version so this is no longer an issue for me.