Re: Discovering TextAdept

From: Alain Delmotte <espera....at.swing.be>
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2010 12:07:19 +0100

Hi!

phayz a écrit :
> On Mar 12, 2:57 am, ADelmotte <espera....at.swing.be> wrote:
>
>> Hi!
>>
>> I am discovering TextAdept and I have some questions.
>>
>> 1) Is it possible to have block selection and, if yes, use hte
>> selected block for copy/cut/paste?
>>
>
> I found this in an email to this group from Mitchell (Textadept's
> developer) - "Rectangular selection is Alt in Win, but Alt is eaten by
> the window
> manager in Linux, so it's control."
>
Thanks, it works (of course) but further it is doing what I want: move a
block into another block.
>> 3) How to parameter the size and location of the window of TextAdept
>> when opening.
>>
> Textadept will remember its window size and when re-opened will return
> to that size. This works for me under Windows XP but I haven't tested
> it under Linux. As far as setting the location I don't know if this
> can be done.
>
Hum! not always; as Samwyn says, sometimes it is shifted partly out of
the screen.
>> How to parameter other characteristics (font,...)
>>
> Also from an email to this group from Mitchell -
> "> How to Change default
>
>> font used in textadept?
>>
>
> http://caladbolg.net/luadoc/textadept2/manual/6_Startup.html
> Change the font in your theme."
>
Thanks!
> Just as for SciTE, you should avoid changing Textadept's own code
> because your changes will be overwritten when you install a new
> version. Instead, make the changes to files in your personal Textadept
> directory - a directory named ".textadept" in your home directory on
> Linux (for example).
Thanks!

Alain
Received on Sat 13 Mar 2010 - 06:07:19 EST

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