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Offline Faultier

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something about the editor
« on: February 09, 2005, 04:14:26 pm »
hello,

will there be an option for deleting trailing blanks?
the editor saves the trailing blanks in the source file. and when you are using indentation, you will have them in every empty line.
I know, this is not very important, but perhaps you can arrange that?

if the <ctrl>-<home> and <ctrl>-<end> keys jumps to the beginning and the end of the source code, is it possible to have <ctrl>-<pgup> and <ctrl>-<pgdn> keys to jump to the beginning and end of the screen?

thx
stefan

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Re: something about the editor
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2005, 09:22:39 am »
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will there be an option for deleting trailing blanks?

Yes.
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if the <ctrl>-<home> and <ctrl>-<end> keys jumps to the beginning and the end of the source code, is it possible to have <ctrl>-<pgup> and <ctrl>-<pgdn> keys to jump to the beginning and end of the screen?

For one-screen-size jumps, use PgUp and PgDn.
Another handy shortcut is Alt-Up and Alt-Down wich goes one paragraph up/down.

Cheers,
Yiannis.
Be patient!
This bug will be fixed soon...

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something about the editor
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2005, 03:02:05 pm »
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For one-screen-size jumps, use PgUp and PgDn.

Yes, I know I could use these keys. But I would love to have <ctrl>-<PgUp> and <ctrl>-<PgDn> keystrokes. The Borland editors always have it, and I miss it, when I have to use the VC editor. Sometimes I want to jump to the end of the screen without seeing the next page. Okay, this is not a necessary feature, but I just had a little hope :)

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Another handy shortcut is Alt-Up and Alt-Down wich goes one paragraph up/down.

This is really a nice keystroke, I think, I will adept to this quite quickly!

Thanks,
Stefan