Posted by: DonQuichote | Date: 06/20/2017 09:12 | IP: IP Logged
Is it possible to set the tab colours from a script? When developing web sites, I have a lot of files open and I use the tab colour feature a lot. It would be nice if I could write a script that checks the directory and the file type, and set the tab colour accordingly.
Posted by: pspad | Date: 06/20/2017 09:33 | IP: IP Logged
It's not possible now, but I can add support for it.
In the next build.
Posted by: DonQuichote | Date: 06/20/2017 10:50 | IP: IP Logged
That would be great! Thank you.
Posted by: DonQuichote | Date: 08/16/2017 11:55 | IP: IP Logged
I was trying the newly added tabColor function, and though I can query the current tab colour, I cannot seem to set one. I used the following piece of VBScript code to test the function:
Dim intIndex, objEditor
Set objEditor = NewEditor()
For intIndex = 0 To editorsCount - 1
This function walks through all the open tabs, displays a message box with the tab's current colour, and then set it to light grey. Only the tabs do not turn the grey colour, although when I right-click them to set the colour manually, the colour seems to be set. Just not visibly.
Did I overlook something?
Posted by: vbr | Date: 08/16/2017 12:53 | IP: IP Logged
Hi, I can confirm some problems with the scripting function tabColor(...)
Maybe some refresh or initialisation is missing - if I first use manual color setting, then call the script with tabColor(...) and finally move the mouse focus to another tab, the previously set color via scripting is actually shown.
(Pspad 5, 243; Win7, without theming/"classic" XP theme, if it is relevant)