6273Re: [edit+] Tabs
- May 16, 2009And as mentioned before (in case it was lost in the other thread), you
can also go to the Syntax Highlight preferences in EditPlus and set
the width of a tab (in spaces) there. This can be done individually
for each syntax type.
You can also have EditPlus change leading tabs to spaces and vice-
versa by selecting such functions from the "Format" menu, which is
accessible either from the "Edit" menu, or from the right-click
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On May 16, 2009, at 05:08, J wrote:
> I'm going to avoid the discussion about tabs v. spaces, but the
> original poster was asking about vim. To set the tab width there,
> you can say...
> :set tabstop=4
> ...and you can make this permanent by putting in .vimrc in your home
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