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, "mljones1947" <mljones1947@...> wrote:
> I think that the best solution is your suggestion of displaying the
files that could not be opened in the Output window.
Actually, this is exactly what I was suggesting.
> 2) No, this would skip remote files even if they are accessible. I
don't think that you really want this.
That's why I suggested it as an option, meaning that the EditPlus
behavior wouln't change unless you go in the "Preferences
and check a (expected new) option, for example located just beyond the
"Reload working files on startup" one, which could be named "
if located on network or FTP".
> 3) No, I hate "hidden" functionality.
This should not be view as a "hidden" functionality, but rather as the
only mean that could sometimes exists for being able to use Editplus if
ever there was previously open files located on network shares and these
network shares no longer exists.
In that case, Editplus will freeze immediately at startup, whithout
giving any chance to access any menu or command (needing to kill the
application using the Task Manager), and sometimes the only solutions
that I have for using it again are :
* Powering up again the computer that is no longer available in
network share in order to unlock Editplus, hoping that this computer is
* Wait for Editplus to timeout all of its network share loadings.
This may need up to 5 minutes, maybe more if several networked files
* Delete the file named workspace_u.ini in %AppData%\EditPlus 3
before reloading Editplus. Not very practical.
With such an option, I could at least try again while keeping the
"shift" key after having killed the frozen Editplus using the Task
Manager, because now if I just try again, I will run again in the same
freezing problem, as Editplus will try again to reload the same files.
Actually, this is a kind of feature that I personally implemented on one
of my own applications in order to solve a similar problem.
I doubt that this kind of option could harm anybody, if people don't
know that it exists, for them the application will just work as before.
An alternative could also be to ignore only files located on network
shares or FTP if the "shift" key is pressed on startup.
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