NoteTab Pro 4.9 beta #06
- Hi everyone,
Sorry I'm sending this so soon after the previous beta, but I thought some
of you might appreciate the latest additions. Get beta #06 of NoteTab Pro
4.9 from the usual page:
Please read the information contained in the Beta.txt file before copying
all the files to your NoteTab folder.
Changes in beta #06
* Version number changed from 4.86d to 4.9.
* You can now change the default keyboard shortcuts for menu items by
creating a definition file called Shortcuts.dat in the NoteTab program
folder. Place one shortcut reassignment per line. Start the line with the
shortcut value, followed by a space, followed by the menu item. The first
menu name in the sequence is the one that appears at the top of the main
menu, followed by submenu names (if any), and then the name of the final
menu item to activate. You must separate submenu items with a forward slash
and leave out any ellipsis. You should put double quotes around a menu name
if it contains one or more forward slash characters. The case of characters
does not have to be the same as the actual menu commands.You can comment
out shortcuts by putting a semicolon at the start of the line. Example of
the contents of the Shortcuts.dat file:
;This line starts with a semicolon and is ignored by NoteTab
Ctrl+Shift+F Document/Font/Change Font
Ctrl+T Document/"Insert Date/Time"
* Added ^!SetShortcut command to the Clip language. You can use it to
temporarily change keyboard shortcuts for menu items. It takes two
parameters, which are separated by a space character. The first parameter
represents the shortcut value and the second represents the menu item.
^!SetShortcut Ctrl+Shift+F Document/Font/Change Font
^!SetShortcut Ctrl+T Document/"Insert Date/Time"
* Added support for the following key values for the ^!Keyboard command:
Unfortunately, I can't seem to get the WINDOWS key to work as expected.
The INSERT key can now be combined with other keys (e.g., Insert+F), but
this has not been tested, so I'm not sure it will work.
* Summary information properties assigned to files on NTFS 5 systems are
now correctly restored when a document is saved with or without backups
* Made more changes to the Browse Folder dialog box.
Have a nice weekend!
Eric G.V. Fookes
Author of NoteTab, Mailbag Assistant, and Album Express
http://www.fookes.com/ and http://www.notetab.com/