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Ctrl+space is also used by the editorWell, do you use those more often than FARR? If no, then why not just remap them to something else with AutoHotkey.
Alt+space is free but I use it for moving window, by opening the system menu.-anandcoral (January 23, 2020, 02:24 AM)
I guess that's to be expected and may not be considered a farr bug.. as long as i can fix the ones with doublequotes. Unless you tell me that those used to would work on the prior version of farr..I shouldn't have included 1 and 4 at all, but was confused earlier because on a PC here with an older FARR version case 1 did open the file (despite spaces in path and not quote enclosed!). But it turns out that was only because Microsoft's Notepad.exe was replaced by Notepad2 on that PC. And Notepad2 (weirdly!) doesn't require quotes when passing a spaced filepath as parameter. So disregard that.
I just noticed another broken icon, but it seems to be a diffferent problem.I can't reproduce that. On my Win 10 PC .lnk files in-Faziri (December 28, 2019, 08:58 AM)
Version 2.224.01 Beta - May 6, 2015
[BugFix] Fixed issue where double quotes in alias results were causing failure to launch result and bad icons.
I am wary of trying to add stuff to the alias configuration dialog to support this.. it feels like an awkward match.How so? The feature would condition when an alias is triggered and what results it triggers. Seems like alias configuration to me.-mouser (December 08, 2019, 03:03 AM)
It seems to me a cleaner approach might be an easier and more flexible system for writing short script-like plugins.. That would let you more easily write a mini script to do what you want.Not sure if I follow this. How would we go about that in these use cases: The alias "cs" could be used to immediately (using the special FARR string "dolaunch") run a cheat sheet file for the active application/process. Alias "help" could show help resources relevant to the active application. Would I write one script-like plugin per such active window context dependent alias string that I want. That is, one for "cs", one for "help" and so on?-mouser (December 08, 2019, 03:03 AM)
Normally you could get that with a windows call, but i guess if the FARR window disappears before the tool is launched it's too late..Exactly-mouser (December 08, 2019, 02:50 AM)
I could certainly make the size+position available as variables that can be passed to a launched app/script, or retrievable from a plugin call, that would be easy..That's the feature I'm requesting. Me parsing FindAndRunRobot.ini was only a quick workaround in lieu of that.-mouser (December 08, 2019, 02:50 AM)
The feature is available in commercial UltraEdit https://www.ultraedit.com/-anandcoral (December 02, 2019, 10:55 AM)
but since you are interested in free one, this will not do.Free isn't required. But as a first step I mostly just want to test drive this kind of feature for a while, to figure out if and when it is most useful compared to regular find and replace and other methods.-anandcoral (December 02, 2019, 10:55 AM)
How about LogViewer http://www.uvviewsoft.com/logviewer/I tried it. Interesting tool but not a match here because it seems to not hide lines, only hide/replace text on lines.-anandcoral (December 02, 2019, 06:14 AM)
I distinctly remember using Notepad++ to apply a filter to a text file, for the purpose of hiding away 80% of it's content and doing manual changes on the content that still was shown.Thanks. I see the "Hide Lines" (alt+H) command in Notepad++ menu View. But no "unhide" keyboard shortcut, though clicking the green hidden lines markers in the linenumber column works. Will try the TextFX Viz next.-Shades (November 30, 2019, 06:04 AM)