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Re: [tswebeditor-user] tsWebEditor Improvements

Author IchBin <weconsul at ptd dot net>
Full name IchBin <weconsul at ptd dot net>
Date 2006-12-23 00:13:59 PST
Message Chris Beuschel wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> I stumbled across this application a week or two ago, and am
> absolutely thrilled with it -- I've been searching for a new text
> editor/coding application for a while now, and I think I've found it :)
>
> However, I would like to make some suggestions for tsWebEditor:
>
> * There is a problem involving [at least] the path to the web browser,
> set via View > Settings > General [tab] > Path [frame] > Browser [text
> box]; the implementation of this path in all (?) of the menu items in
> Help bombs out if there is a space in the path itself, tsWebEditor
> mis-parses it. For example, if the path entered into the field is
> `C:\Program Files\FireFox\firefox.exe`, you receive the error dialog:
>
> "Error"
> Can not open link: [whatever]
>
> Debug Info:
> Filename: C:\Program
> Parameters: Files\FireFox\firefox.exe
> Last OS Error: The system cannot find the file specified.
>
> I understand exactly why ts does this -- to allow flexibility in terms
> of the addition of command line parameters, which is very cool. But
> some sort of adjustment needs to be made; the path that I set was
> returned from the "Browse" command button, which didn't apply any
> special formatting (double quotes around the path, for example).
> Obviously not a huge issue, but something nonetheless.
>
> * If the program has lost focus and one of the open files has changed,
> then focus is returned by clicking a different file along the Windows
> toolbar, then the `A file has changed` dialog appears. Regardless of
> your selection, the entry in the Windows bar that you clicked to
> return focus will be given the 'clicked' visual appearance, but the
> active document doesn't actually change.
>
> + Option to remove the 'Symbol' menu item in the taskbar menu.
>
> + Option to have middle-click close the currently open file.
>
> + Option to have CTRL+Tab simply toggle through open files, without
> the current file listing that appears.
>
> + Option for a less obtrusive `file has changed` system -- perhaps an
> icon in the Windows bar indicating the file has changed and a decision
> needs to be made regarding it; selecting that file will subsequently
> prompt for that decision.
>
> * Change the hotkey for the File menu to the standard `F` rather than
> `i`.
>
> Please don't take these criticism -- tsWebEditor is one of the best
> editors I've used to date; these are just things that stuck out to me.
>
>
> Chris
>
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>
Yes, I have the same feelings about this editor for php since I also
discovered it some time back. I love the Xdebug implementation. You
might want to post these suggestions\questions to the 'Discussion
forum' at http://tswebeditor.tigris.org. This way you will be
communicating with the developer, first hand.

Actually here: http://tswebeditor.t​igris.org/servlets/P​rojectForumView

--
Thanks in Advance... http://ichbin.9999mb.com
IchBin, Pocono Lake, Pa, USA
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tsWebEditor Improvements asbo Chris Beuschel 2006-12-22 19:27:28 PST
     Re: [tswebeditor-user] tsWebEditor Improvements IchBin <weconsul at ptd dot net> IchBin <weconsul at ptd dot net> 2006-12-23 00:13:59 PST
         Re: [tswebeditor-user] tsWebEditor Improvements asbo Chris Beuschel 2006-12-23 08:06:50 PST
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