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SlickEdit® / Re: Open File Dialog favorites?
« Last post by Clark on April 05, 2018, 10:30:26 pm »
Is there a way to add additional directories or favorites to the navigation pane in the Open File Dialog?

You can drag/drop folders from the right pane to the favorites pane. I added a few to mine. It didn't look like any of the responses mentioned this but maybe a missed it.
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SlickEdit® / Re: Open File Dialog favorites?
« Last post by rowbearto on April 05, 2018, 05:11:47 pm »
I'm sure you could get even fancier popping up a little menu from an SE macro with a list of your favorites, then click on one. It is not as nice as having favorites, and requires a little work, but it is doable now.
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SlickEdit® / Re: Open File Dialog favorites?
« Last post by rowbearto on April 05, 2018, 05:10:43 pm »
Not as ideal as having it in favorites, but you can write a macro for each of the directories you would put into favorites to pop up the File Open dialog in your desired directory. Bind it to a key and you can do it in 1 key press for each favorite.
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SlickEdit® / Re: Open File Dialog favorites?
« Last post by jprod1038 on April 05, 2018, 04:51:44 pm »
Agreed, it does look useful rowbearto and I have started using it, but it doesn't exactly accomplish what I was hoping for.  I like to use favorites to open files to multiple local GIT Repos and also to review changes for other developers.  So in order to use your trick, I'd first have to navigate to the directory in question.  Would be nice to just do it in one click...similar to how you can do this in Eclipse like so:
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SlickEdit® / Re: Options Window Size Too Large
« Last post by jprod1038 on April 05, 2018, 04:43:26 pm »
Hi Graeme, I am using Centos 6.9 with Gnome 2.28.2 for VS 22.0.2.  For VS 20.0.3 it's on a different machine RHEL 6.2, GNOME 2.28.2.  I did find that I can do Alt+LeftClickDrag to drag the window up, but I shouldn't have to do this.  Here is the output from VS 20.0.3.
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Slick-C® Macro Programming / Show menu when text selected.
« Last post by sandbox on April 05, 2018, 04:27:25 pm »
Hi, is there a macro that automatically displays the right click menu when text is selected. This is the way it works in the Opera Browser. Thank you
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SlickEdit® / Re: Set Default Empty File to Edit (Or create key binding?)
« Last post by Graeme on April 05, 2018, 02:23:47 am »
You could try this.  Copy the code to e.g. macros1.e and load it using the load module command on the macro menu.
[BTW my personal opinion is if you haven't found what you're looking for after 10 minutes you should just ask.]

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#include "slick.sh"

#pragma option(strictsemicolons,on)
#pragma option(strict,on)
#pragma option(autodecl,off)
#pragma option(strictparens,on)

int xx1 = 10000;

_command void new_sql_file() name_info(',')
{
   if ( ++xx1 > 1000000 ) {
      xx1 = 10000;
   }
   if (edit('+t temp' :+ xx1 :+ '.sql'))
   {
      _message_box("Unable to create file");
      return;
   }
   gui_save_as();
   if (_message_box('Add to project?  : ' \n :+ _project_name :+ \n :+ 'File : ' :+ _mdi.p_child.p_buf_name, "new file", MB_YESNO) == IDYES)
   {
      project_add_file(_mdi.p_child.p_buf_name);
   }
}

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SlickEdit® / Set Default Empty File to Edit (Or create key binding?)
« Last post by indy042 on April 05, 2018, 01:07:42 am »
Good evening,
I searched through the archives, but didn't see this question. May have missed it. If it has been asked, my apologies...
I create a lot of small .sql files, and instead of selecting the 'Create Empty File to Edit' and selecting PL/SQL, I would make a shortcut that would automagically do it.
I tried creating a key binding in the options but it wouldn't open anything. I then tried what was listed as new-file (ALT+N) and it didn't work either. (Just found out it does work, I just have to already have an empty file opened.)
Is there a way I can set up a binding that will accomplish this without doing the Create Empty File>PL/SQL>OK?

I appreciate the help!
-Andy


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SlickEdit® / Re: Options Window Size Too Large
« Last post by Graeme on April 04, 2018, 11:17:03 pm »
What platform and window manager are you using?  On my machine (Win 10) the minimum size of the dialog is 1028(w) by 750(h).  In your pic, the height of the "copy" button is greater than the height of the "profile" combo box  - in mine they're exactly the same.  There's also more vertical space between widgets in your picture than in mine.  I doubt if slick has different dialogs for different platforms.  Can you post a pic of the dialog from your 20.0.3 installation?
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Groovy!
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