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April 13, 2007 at 1:19 pm #205


While using pnotepad for over a year now I got a small list together of things I missed or din’t work correctly, I hope it helps, and i didn’t do/ask stupid things:

1. UTF-16 support

2. code folding doesn’t work with assembler scheme (PROC->ENDP, MACRO->ENDM, STRUC->ENDS)

3. pnotepad doesn’t apply schemes to self added extensions ex: dsm added to open with asm scheme -> doesn’t work

4. when switching tabs, tab forgets position in file

5. permanent line-numbering option

6. will there be a portable version for a usb stick?

Anyways, it is still the best notepad out there, so keep up the good work.

April 15, 2007 at 9:33 pm #15362

Key Master

1. UTF-16 is supported, what mode are you having difficulty with?

2. Ok, some languages do not support folding right now – this may improve in the future.

3. Did you add the extensions to the Files page in Options and set it to assembler? If so, please give some more information because this should work!

4. So when you have multiple files open switching between them loses your cursor position? This shouldn’t happen and doesn’t for me.

5. There is a line numbers default option that should do the trick: Options->Defaults->Show Line Numbers

6. Yes, recent builds can be used in portable form and I’ll be releasing a package specifically created for portable use with the next release.

April 18, 2007 at 9:37 am #15363


Hi there,

1. Chinese symbols, i guess its called CJK Ideograms or something like that

2. I’ll be waiting patiently

3. I added the extension .dsm to alternate file list to .asm.

4. Have not been able to reproduce constantly, let you know when.

5. Sorry, that was stupid to not see.

6. Nice.

April 18, 2007 at 8:40 pm #15364

Key Master

1. Ok, have you got your default text encoding set to Unicode?

3. You need to add .dsm to the “Files” options page not alternate files. Alternate files allows switching between similarly named files that are related (e.g. mycode.c and mycode.h). To assign schemes click on the Files entry and add an item mapping your extension to the correct scheme.

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