[NTB] Re: Java keyword highlighting?
- Hi Clint,
> If you put a js extention in the HTML files tab in the optionsThanks Clint! I thought about trying that after I sent the post. ;(
> dialog it will highlight the text according to what your color
> options are set to.
Sure is great to have more heads than one to help us think and
One can also add .txt to it and use it to highlight notes they
want to put in a file or dim them using html code to wrap the
text with. It works real nice for things like .txt html help
files or other help files and you want to highlight things to
help them stand out more.
<You can invoke the "In-Context Clipbook" by hitting the ESC key>
while you work in a document. Doing so will display a combo box
(filled with the content of the active Clipbook library) at the
cursor position. Selecting an item from the combo box will then
paste the Clip text in your document. <Typing in the combo box
will automatically scroll to the first item matching the
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- Hi Kay,
>> Fully programmable syntax highlighting is plan for the GoldIf Eric is sure, we are. :)
> Are we sure that syntax highlighting will be fully programmable?
We will shortly resume work on our award-winning NoteTab text and
HTML editors after finishing up two new products. We initially
plan to release a minor update of NoteTab Pro and NoteTab
Std/Light, which will be a free upgrade to all registered users
of version 4.0 and higher. After that, we have plans to develop
a new package, NoteTab Gold. Some of the planned features
include fully customizable syntax highlighting, more
sophisticated regular expressions, multilevel outlines (tree-view
list), print preview, etc. Version 5.0 of NoteTab Pro and
NoteTab Std/Light will be in the works after the release of
Eric G.V. Fookes
> I've switched computers & lost the demo for the source that II don't, but NoteTab the way we know it has many work arounds to
> think is going to be the base for Gold but seems like it only
> had several pre-defined syntax highlighting options. Anyone
> still have the url for the demo?
give us the features that we have. That is one of the reasons
Eric why won't port to Linux. So, even if that program we played
with that has the same input control he was thinking about (or
may use already) is not fully customizable perhaps Eric had plans
to make it that way.
> Does anyone else wish that text inside single/double quotes inIf you mean <this is highlighted in a .txt file>, it isn't unless
> a <> line would display using the text rather than the tags
> color with the current HTML highlighting?
you add it to HTML Files to support it as HTML - unless I am
missing something else. (Two hours sleep last night and have two
strikes on the list today - one more and I'm out of here. :)
- 11/04/1999 10:24 AM Jody wrote
> Fully programmable syntax highlighting is plan for the GoldAre we sure that syntax highlighting will be fully programmable?
I've switched computers & lost the demo for the source that I
think is going to be the base for Gold but seems like it only
had several pre-defined syntax highlighting options. Anyone
still have the url for the demo?
Does anyone else wish that text inside single/double quotes
in a <> line would display using the text rather than the tags
color with the current HTML highlighting?
--- Grandma Kay ---
> Does anyone else wish that text inside single/double quotesYep that would be great and would certainly make it easier to see attribute,
> in a <> line would display using the text rather than the tags
> color with the current HTML highlighting?
value pairs within html/xml tags. Better still would be to colour the quoted
value red or something to differentiate it from normal text.
- I don't remember How do I to insert a page break with the keyboard?
In menu: Document > Insert Page Break
Manuel, from Spain
- doddj@... wrote:
>Hi there,Not yet on the highlighting. Currently, we can not control
>I've just bought NoteTab Pro 4.6.0, and I love it to bits already.
>I am going to use NoteTab as the editor for Java files, but can't
>find a clipbook that colours the source (e.g. green for comments,
>blue for reserved words, etc etc).
>PLEASE tell me there is a clipbook for this?
highlighting from a clip, and NoteTab's current highlighting
is limited to HTML documents and the clip editor. So we are
basically waiting for a future version of NoteTab.
I DO have a clipbook for compiling and testing java applets
though. Within the next couple days, I'll post an updated
version of it to the notetab-clips list.
Wayne M. VanWeerthuizen