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Changes in Qedit for Windows 4.8.04
New Features and Enhancements
- Commands related to the caret stack have been reworded to better describe
the feature. Push caret and other variations have been renamed to
Save position. Pop caret and other variations have been renamed to
Go to previous saved position. Exchange caret has been renamed to
Exchange position. Note that command mnemonics
ALT+M+P have changed at the same time.
- The 4200-line limit for copying to the local clipboard has been removed. You
can copy as many lines as the PC resources allow.
- If you call up the Find dialog box while there is an active selection,
the selection becomes the search string unless the previous search used a pattern
or a regular expression.
- Qedit correctly sets the cursor position if you are moving up and down the file
using the arrow keys while the Caret allowed in undefined areas option enabled.
- The Replace function now works correctly when the selected text does not
span multiple lines. Qedit replaces string occurrences within the selection only.
- Qedit correctly saves the last cursor position when files are closed while exiting
- Scrolling through a split-view document with a mouse using the Intellipoint software
now works correctly.
- Qedit does not abort anymore after selecting the last line of the file and
trying to replace it with the clipboard contents.
- Qedit does not go into a loop if the entered text reaches the right margin. It
does not allow the cursor past the right border and "beeps".
- If there has been a problem opening a local file, Qedit does not abort on exit
with a linecount out of sync error anymore.
left-arrow to bring the cursor to the previous word on the line
is working again.
- Defining a rectangular selection with the mouse is working correctly now.
- Cobol tags are updated on modified lines even if the Display tag option is
disabled on the COBX tab of the Properties dialog box.
Future Versions of Qedit for Windows
If you would like to know what is coming in future versions of Qedit
for Windows, take a look at the
Qedit for Windows Scripting Language.