Posted by: therium | Date: 09/15/2017 11:15 | IP: IP Logged
PSPad 5.0.0 (243) (I got a dev version from the author.)
When I hit ^H to do a Replace, the word that my cursor is in is automatically put in the Find box. How do I make this stop? I don't want PSPad to do this.
Thank you! Your support is great!
ps. Wanted to note that I have had no problems with bookmarks disappearing with 5.0.0. I use PSPad extensively and daily.
Posted by: pspad | Date: 09/15/2017 11:42 | IP: IP Logged
Open program settings / Tools
Option you are looking for is in Search section
bookmarks are stored in binary file - PSCache.bin
Version 5 has different format version than version 4. When format version is different PSPad delete this file and start new empty one. It means if you use together version 4 and 5, it will delete this file again and again.
Bookmarks are stored in project file too, if you use PSPad projects.
Posted by: vbr | Date: 09/15/2017 11:43 | IP: IP Logged
therium:...When I hit ^H to do a Replace, the word that my cursor is in is automatically put in the Find box. How do I make this stop? I don't want PSPad to do this.
You can disable this behaviour in
Pragram Settings: [Direct edit]
find the item:
(in the section [Config]) and set the value to 0.
After confirming and saving the settings dialog it shoult work the way you describe (for both - Find as well Search and replace dialog).
I am not sure, whethere there is a setting for this outside of the Direct edit configuration.
Edit: I stay corrected, its indeed in the tools setting section as mentioned above, please disregard this unnecessarilly complicated suggestion.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/15/2017 11:47 by vbr.