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[Subject] Posted 10/28/2004 at 09:33 by cilul Down
I think this would be a usefull feature, when working on big projects with a lot of files.
What do you think?
Cheess,
Lucian
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• [1/3] Posted 10/30/2004 at 09:04 by Daniel Up Down
Hi Lucian,

> I think this would be a usefull feature, when working on big projects with a
> lot of files.
> What do you think?

Yes, but what are bookmarks ?
HAPedit provides a feature named "bookmark":
- From Shift+Ctrl+0 to Shift+Ctrl+9: Place Bookmark
- From Ctrl+0 to Ctrl+9: Go to Bookmark

But, in great navigators such as mozilla/firefox, "Bookmarks" are something else...
I plan to use the idea of "bookmark this group of tabs"
It was your idea ?

Cheers,
Daniel
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• [2/3] Posted 11/01/2004 at 02:06 by cilulUp Down
Hi Daniel,

> Hi Lucian,
>
>> I think this would be a usefull feature, when working on big projects with
>> a
>> lot of files.
>> What do you think?
>
> Yes, but what are bookmarks ?
> HAPedit provides a feature named "bookmark":
> - From Shift+Ctrl+0 to Shift+Ctrl+9: Place Bookmark
> - From Ctrl+0 to Ctrl+9: Go to Bookmark
>
> But, in great navigators such as mozilla/firefox, "Bookmarks" are something
> else...
> I plan to use the idea of "bookmark this group of tabs"
> It was your idea ?

After using HAPedit over the weeekend I discovered the bookmarks that you mention. They are great but they exactly are not what was I thinking.
Let me explain : before HAPedit I've been using phpEdit(a plug-in in Eclipse) which useses named bookmarks. There you can enter a bookmark with name and description. In a way it is similar to your bookmarks, but you can save as many bookmarks as you want and after that you can locate them everytime in the project and you don't have to remember numbers for this .
Anyway it's just an ideea if you want to take in consideration it would be great

Another question I have is related to double-clicks. Usually I use double-click to select a word. But in HAPedit I noticed that there are 2 kind of behaviour: in php code it selects the word and in html it pops up a dialog with the properties of the tag.

Let's take an example:

<input type="text" name="<?= $editName ?>" id="<?= $editName ?>" value="<?= $value ?>" >

If I click any of these php variables to copy them the pop up will show. This is a little bit frustrating In my oppion only if I double click the input tag should pop up. What do you think about this?


And I just want to say it again "HAPedit is really great!".
Thanks again for it!

Cheers,
Lucian

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• [3/3] Posted 11/13/2004 at 13:13 by Daniel Up     
Hi Lucian,

> After using HAPedit over the weeekend I discovered the bookmarks that you
> mention. They are great but they exactly are not what was I thinking.
> Let me explain : before HAPedit I've been using phpEdit(a plug-in in
> Eclipse) which useses named bookmarks. There you can enter a bookmark
> with name and description. In a way it is similar to your bookmarks, but
> you can save as many bookmarks as you want and after that you can locate
> them everytime in the project and you don't have to remember numbers for
> this .
> Anyway it's just an ideea if you want to take in consideration it would be
> great

Yes, that a good idea. I add this in my todo-list, thanks
But you must wait.

> Another question I have is related to double-clicks. Usually I use
> double-click to select a word. But in HAPedit I noticed that there are 2
> kind of behaviour: in php code it selects the word and in html it pops up a
> dialog with the properties of the tag.

Press Alt key when double-clicking on the word within HTML tags.

> And I just want to say it again "HAPedit is really great!".
> Thanks again for it!

You are welcome.

All the Best.
Daniel
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