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Changes in Qedit for Windows 4.7
Save All command
If you are working with a lot of files on
many different connections and servers, you don't have to go to each document window to
save your changes.
The Save All allows you to save the changes on all the currently opened files with
a single click of a mouse. This new command is available on the File menu or
If you have created new files, Qedit prompts you for a new name on each one.
If you are working on existing files, the changes are simply saved.
If you don't want to save some of the files, you still have to manually switch from one
to the other and perform single Save operations.
Most Recently Used Files
The Recent Files command now lists 20 files. Each one has a one-character mnemonic
i.e. can be combined with the
ALT key. The first 9 names are numbered from 1
to 9. The last 11 names are assigned letters, from A to K.
Connection Name on Host Save As Dialog
The connection name is now displayed on the Host Save As dialog. This helps you
determine exactly where the file is going to be stored.
- The document type (Text or Qedit) and read-only (pencil) icons now always appear on the
document status bar.
- Qedit now remembers the toolbar location between invocations.
- The current working directory (logon group in this case) now appears in the correct
MPE notation in the Open Host File dialog.
- Connection names containing only blank characters are not allowed anymore.
- Qedit does not wait indefinitely on the server after an Undo operation near the
end of the file.
- Changing the Sort Order for an empty Directory does not cause an abort
- Scrolling does not make the selection disappear anymore.
- Deleting a tab character at the beginning of a line while using the Auto-indent
feature does not cause an abort anymore.
- Using Undo after removing a carriage return at the beginning of an Undo
transaction does not cause an abort anymore.
- The cursor remains in the correct position relative to the file during single-line
scrolling e.g. using the arrow keys.
- If you inadvertently closed the floating toolbar, you can get it back by enabling
the Toolbar command in the View menu.