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Quote from: GrAnd on 03 / February / 2008, 14:48:07Linux: NEditdoes nedit allow searching in files as well (not only the open ones)?
You can select a string (if the string is not selected it will be requested), then press 'F6', the search results will be opened in separated NEdit window (so, it will be just regular editor window ). But you can navigate through results - click on the line, press F1/F2, and the file will be opened in the position was found.
where do i find this macro?
SOMEONE even wrote a help system for nedit (maybe you know this person ).
nice color scheme.
Quote from: phyrephox on 11 / February / 2008, 04:50:02where do i find this macro?I do not remember where I found it. So, I've attached mine. Extract the '.nedit' folder to your home directory. Then search for the "USER_NAME_HERE" string and replace it to your actual user name.Quote from: phyrephox on 11 / February / 2008, 04:50:02SOMEONE even wrote a help system for nedit (maybe you know this person ).It was written not for NEdit. It's also used with couple large projects (and uncountable number of small).Quote from: phyrephox on 11 / February / 2008, 04:50:02nice color scheme.It's my favorite. I like black background. It looks like an old-fashioned console. All my editors and file managers have such scheme.
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