Re: [textadept] Problem with custom theme when errors occur "in" an open buffer

From: mitchell <c....at.caladbolg.net>
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 09:04:23 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)

Russell,

> This problem with Textadept is very strange, so it was hard to come up
> with a suitable "Subject". I mainly use Textadept to edit HTML and
> have modified the standard 'dark' theme to something I named
> 'darkness'. I have been experimenting with some of the new functions
> mentioned here in the group and on the wiki and so discovered the
> problem.
>
> Here are the steps by which I can re-create the problem:
> 1. I open an existing HTML file and TA correctly applies my default
> theme to all elements;
> 2. I press [F2] to activate the 'Command Entry' box and enter the name
> of a function I copy and pasted from the wiki (blindly hoping it will
> work. I know there's an issue there, but we'd need several more forums/
> groups to solve those!)
> 3. The window is split horizontally and TA provides an explanation of
> an error which occurred in trying to run the function, with the error
> message in the new, lower pane of the split window.
> 4. I acknowledge this error and click on the pane containing the
> opened file.
>
> The appearance of the buffer's contents are then changed, with only
> characters between " characters correctly themed. If I use the
> "Refresh Syntax Highlighting" menu option, the theme is again
> correctly applied.
>
> I have no idea what's going wrong, nor how to fix it so suggestions
> are welcome. :)

I think this doesn't occur in hg anymore.

http://code.google.com/p/textadept/source/detail?r=4fe8f8aa3ca71063082120de36eee52ad0db4d76

mitchell
Received on Tue 11 Jan 2011 - 09:04:23 EST

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