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SlickEdit® / Re: Template Editing
« Last post by Clark on January 20, 2019, 04:01:43 pm »
The bug appears to be that this dialog needs to make the built-in templates read-only (worked in v19 but not since). There's no support for modifying Installed Templates. For now, just don't modify templates in the "Installed Templates" folder. You can create new templates in the "User Templates" folder.

I was hoping there was an easy way to create a new user template from an existing template but it doesn't look like you can do that.
SlickEdit® / Re: Template Editing
« Last post by yakir on January 20, 2019, 08:45:41 am »
e.g.  File / Template Manager / Files / (select) / Edit file /

SlickEdit® / How to open Search Result in New Tab?
« Last post by Kristen on January 20, 2019, 08:24:22 am »
I search using "Filename only", from the SEARCH results then double-click on a filename and it opens in a tab.

If I double-click on a different filename it opens using the same tab. If the file in that TAB has been modified then the next file opens in a new tab. I like that behaviour.

However, sometimes I view a file and then want to review another file, in the search list, without closing/reusing the first tab.

Is there some way to do this? Something like RightClick file in search list and choose "Open in new tab"

I tried RightClick the file's TAB thinking there might be a PIN option (not really the solution I want though ...) but I didn't find one.  Does that exist? i.e. the ability to stop a TAB being reused.
SlickEdit® / Re: Template Editing
« Last post by Clark on January 19, 2019, 04:20:18 am »
When menu item/dialog are you using?
SlickEdit® / Re: Android SDKs not recongnized
« Last post by Clark on January 19, 2019, 02:11:56 am »
We are working hard on it. Java debugging is working. Working on NDK debugging. There seems to be two ndk debugging methods and we would like to support both. No dates yet but things are looking promising. At this point, I think I can say that there will definitely be android support for v24 beta. There's even a possibility we will put something out before then (v23 point release) but it's too early to tell.

When we have something, I'll post here.
SlickEdit® / Re: Android SDKs not recongnized
« Last post by walter on January 18, 2019, 08:16:40 pm »
Hey  Clark, What is the status on the Android Project support?
 I checked the v23 release notes but I did not see any mention of it. I am looking forward to android support.
SlickEdit® / Re: Preserve Search highlighting across buffers
« Last post by Lee on January 18, 2019, 01:51:51 pm »
I have reproduced it moving to new buffer and using find next only highlights the current occurrence.  That is a bug, it shouldn't be doing that.  It should only be highlighting the original buffer that search occurred.  I will file a defect and see if that can be hotfixed.
SlickEdit® / DIFF Backspace in column one not deleting line-break
« Last post by Kristen on January 18, 2019, 09:56:32 am »
In old version of DIFF I can press BACKSPACE, when in column 1, to remove previous line-break and join the two lines. In current version pressing BACKSPACE in column 1 does nothing. 

I have found that this happens on .SQL files but if I rename them to .TXT I can do backspace-in-column-1

is it a CONFIG thing?

I can go to end of the first line and press DELETE, but that also deletes any leading whitespace from second line.  This was also the case with old version of SlickEdit, hence I previously used BACKSPACE from column-1 method.

If I could Config DELETE to NOT delete whitespace from following-line, when removing line-break, that would work fine for me.
SlickEdit® / Re: Preserve Search highlighting across buffers
« Last post by jporkkahtc on January 17, 2019, 09:47:42 pm »
Symhighlights allows you to highlight any text.
It will highlight either the selected text, or the word under the cursor.
You can have any number of highlights.

The most recent macros are here:,11445.0.html
SlickEdit® / Preserve Search highlighting across buffers
« Last post by davew on January 17, 2019, 06:47:41 pm »
This has bugged me for a while and I'm hoping that I just haven't found the right option.
I'm using vim emulation on Windows.

When I search with '/' I have it set up to highlight all of the search results (Vim option "Always highlight search results"). This makes it easy to see all of the occurrences of the string in a buffer as I scroll through.
However, when I move to a new buffer, the string is not highlighted. When I use find next, it highlights the next occurrence of that string in the buffer, but nothing else. I have to enter the string again to get it to highlight everything in the new buffer. Then when I switch back to the original buffer, the highlighting has been removed.

Is there some way to make the highlighting persistent until I search for something else?
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