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Changes in Qedit for Windows 4.7.06
New Features and Enhancements
Platform Specific File Defaults
You can set file defaults that are specific to each supported platform i.e.
UNIX, MPE and local. The Preferences dialog now has a tab page for
each platform. On each page, you can set:
You can set the default value for the Auto-indent feature on the
Defaults tab, also found on the Preferences dialog box.
You can still change the Auto-indent setting
on individual files using the File Properties dialog box.
- Record length
- Language (UNIX and MPE only)
- Use spaces for tabs
- Display detabbed column
- Preserve trailing blanks
Current Date and Time on Output
Qedit now includes the PC's current date and time on the banner line when printing
to a local printer. Thus, the banner line now has:
- The PC's current date and time
- The fully-qualified filename
- The page number
Moving to the End of a Document
CTRL+END now moves the insertion point after the last character of the last
line in the file. In previous versions, the insertion point appeared in the first column of
the last line.
Opening Many Local Files at Once
The number of local files that you can open at once has been increased.
The limit is not an absolute number of files. It's rather based on the number of
characters that make up all the file names plus the drive letter and the
current working directory. All these things added together can not have more than
Qedit now displays an error message if you exceed the maximum length it can handle.
- Qedit does not abort anymore if you try to open a local file that is already