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Personally I think it is a good thing to have a standardized reference somewhere, because all the different kind of markdown forks, are hard to know.

But it all depends on what the developers who implement some kind of markdown, will use of course.


27
I see your point. A good one.

But personally I think that numbers upfront, indicate a list.
Maybe provide a choice (before / after) and a format field like you did for "Prepent line number

but it's your program, so I leave it to you. :)

(2) EB000201
(3) EB000202
(1) EB000203
(1) EB000204
(5) EB000205
(1) EB000206
EB000201 (2)
EB000202 (3)
EB000203 (1)
EB000204 (1)
EB000205 (5)
EB000206 (1)
one - 1
two - 2
three - 3
four - 4
five - 5
six - 6
1 - one
2 - two
3 - three
4 - four
5 - five
6 - six

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This list should be converted into the other one.
EB000201 
EB000201 
EB000202 
EB000202 
EB000202 
EB000203 
EB000204 
EB000205 
EB000205 
EB000205 
EB000205 
EB000205 
EB000206 

EB000201 (2)
EB000202 (3)
EB000203 (1)
EB000204 (1)
EB000205 (5)
EB000206 (1)

Does it makes sense? :)

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If it is under each other, it would be hard to see how many times an item appeared in the list.

It could be a small field (the same height as the result field, eventually with linked scrolling) on the right of it.

30
Hey.

I still love your utility and use it almost on a daily base. :)

I had a list of 645 words, 1 word/line.
I sorted that list and removed duplicates with only 4 clicks.
Try doing that in excel. :)

Just wanted to let you know. :)

I have one request.
It would be cool if you have an alternative "remove duplicates".
It removes the duplicates, but ads a counter at the end with how many times a certain word appeared in the list.

In SQL kinda speak:
select word, count('*') from list
group by word

31
When I now start it, I get this error.

Windows 7, 32 bit.

32
The URL (https://googledrive....clRCRmc/EyeSnack.exe) is broken. :'(

Care for a fix please.

It looks an interesting tool. :)

33
Great additions to this tool. :)

Thank you.

34
Another idea:
the possibility to use \t (tab) and \n (new line) to split/append lines
Now I have to actually copy a tab from the input text and paste it in the field.
It works, but it's not that easy.

Like the option that is available in notepad++. See image.

ss_2014_01_27_11_26_06.png

35
How do you mean the layout's gone with scramble lines?

I don't know. it looks all fine.

Nice of that line numbering. :)

36
Wow, nice additions.

I like the ignore case.

Something else that came to my mind:
Within the lines section, add an option to insert linenumbers.
the input is: <##>:
the result :
01:
02:
03:
....
10:
11:
...
100:
101:

or

the input is: <####>:
the result :
0001:
0002:
0003:
...
0010:
0011:
...
0100:
0101:


Just an idea. :)

37
I got some more suggestions.


When you use order -> reverse words, scramble lines and scramble within words
the layout is completly gone.

And with the "alphabeth", I personally would prefer to have the list under each other.

[A, 9]
[C, 4]
[D, 3]
[E, 1]
....


Cheers :)

38
Get the file at the bottom of the first post, *not* the 'Download' link...

Great! That worked!  :Thmbsup: :Thmbsup: :Thmbsup:

39
I can't download:

An Error Has Occurred!
You are not allowed to access this section


40
Hey phitsc,

No real priorities.
You can do as you see fit.

Maybe youi can put a link to this topic in the about section. :)
Makes it easier to check for updates.
Or you could use the donationcoder update mechanism. :)

Anyway, thanks for the program and the implementations of my suggestions :)

41
Some more suggestions:
(taken from an old plugin for Notepad++,but that plugin doesn't works anymore...)

Some functions ask multiple optional parameters. Just see what you can do with it.

All line functions

  • ReverseLines(): Reverses the order of all the lines.
  • Scramble(): rearranges the lines in random order.
  • SetBlanks(int minblank, int maxblank, int threshhold): Changes the number of blank lines between lines.
  • SortCase(): Like sort, but case-sensitive.
  • Wrap(int columncount, int ignorewords): Adds hard returns to force columns to a certain width.

Per-Line Functions

  • AddLineNumbers(string separator, string padchar, int length): Puts the line number on the front of each line, with an optional separator.
  • AddLineNumbersOffset(string separator, string padchar, int length, int offset): Puts the line number on the front of each line, with an optional separator.  Offset is the number of the first line.
  • BeginLine(string text): Appends text to the beginning of every line.
  • CutLeft(int count): Removes count characters from the beginning of each line.
  • CutRight(int count): Removes count characters from the end of each line.
  • DeleteToTag(string tag): For each line, deletes all characters before first instance of tag
  • EndLine(string text): Appends text to the end of every line.
  • PadLeft(string padchar, int length): Pads the beginning of each line with padchar to extend the length where necessary
  • PadRight(string padchar, int length): Pads the end of each line with padchar to extend the length where necessary
  • ShortenLeft(int length): Removes characters from the beginning of each line if the line is too long
  • ShortenRight(int length): Removes characters from the end of each line if the line is too long
  • SizeLeft(string padchar, int length): Pads or cuts the beginning of each line to make it the exact length
  • SizeRight(string padchar, int length): Pads or cuts the end of each line to make it the exact length
  • Trim(string badchars): Strips all badchars from the beginning and end of every line.
  • TrimLeft(string badchars): Strips all badchars from the beginning of every line.
  • TrimRight(string badchars): Strips all badchars from the end of every line.

Deleting Lines

  • DeleteDupes(): Deletes any line that is identical to a previous line.

Search and Replace

  • Replace(string oldtext, string newtext): Replaces all instances of oldtext with newtext.

42
This is a nice tool.
I see me using it a lot.

Some first suggestions for manipulations:
- add or remove a certain string to the beginning/end of all lines
- Replace a string with another string
- Remove HTML tags (with keeping the newlines)
- Remove empty lines
- Make the List --> filter case insensitive

/edit
Maybe make it an option : work case sensitive/insensitive

43
Hi I just came across this after coming back for a license key...

I wrote a small standalone app to do stuff like this precisely because I hate regexp and having to keep repeatedly experiment wit it to get it to do what I want. It's called Textreme and you can download it from my website at www.jollybean.co.uk

Let me know if you find it useful!

Regards,

Jim.

This is a noce tool. Will be added to my collection of tools.

Thank you very much :-)

44
Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: iPad 3 and me
« on: July 23, 2012, 03:19 AM »
Nice reads. :-)

I'm no apple fan as well, and since my smartphone is a Samsung galaxy S2, my TV is a Samsung smart TV, I'll probably end up with a Samsung galaxy tab 10.x

Last but not least, buying the iPad is *the* one thing that had the most positive effect on my Android phone's battery life ;)
Made me rofl :-)

45
Living Room / Re: The most persistent scammer
« on: July 20, 2012, 07:10 AM »
Nice one!

It's really bad with all those directory listing stuff :'(

46
Anybody have any idea whether I really saw an XY grid, with tabs on both sides ?

It hit me as really kewl, but I fergot to note it down.  I'll try to look at all the note
programs I know when I have a chance.
-Steven Avery (March 25, 2012, 12:30 PM)

Maybe it was OneNote from microsoft?
It even has 3 places with tabs. Left, top, right

here's a screenshot:
http://i.imgur.com/m6efh.png

47
Skwire Empire / Re: Release: Comic Book Archive Creator
« on: July 13, 2012, 05:17 AM »
You got mentioned in the makeuseof.com daily directory mail. :-)

http://yfrog.com/nt6bnp
http://yfrog.com/ocku9fp

gratz :-)

48
Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: 14 days with SmugMug and Zenfolio
« on: July 10, 2012, 04:16 AM »
Thanks for the info.

Checked it out and it is indeed transferring the pictures.

Now to check out zenfolio a little more. :-)

thanks again.

49
Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: OpalCalc 1.43
« on: July 10, 2012, 02:38 AM »
Alternatively, to make it easier for me, I could add an option to restore just the last working session (sheet). Would this offer most of what you're looking for, or should I allow restoring of previous sheets (or sums) too?

This is a great idea/start to a history feature.

I bought it some time ago and like it very much.

Calculating like we are thinking.
And the use of variables is just awesome.

I have several saved files for calculations that I need to do some x tame over and over, with different values.
Even although it are only 4 calculations witch uses results from the previous line, it is awesome.

Keep up the good work :-)

50
Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: 14 days with SmugMug and Zenfolio
« on: July 10, 2012, 02:29 AM »
what a great review.

I've been thinking of switching from flickr to something else, because flickr still is flickr from yeas ago.

Would it be easy to transfer everything on flickr to lets say zenfolio?

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