I all my testing work like a charm !!!!!!!
But I have something to ask....
For years in DC i have been asking for features and more features about manipulating text.
Some of these features are powerful features in TextWorx.
Some of the same features are useful in PsPad program.
I use PsPad from several years and I am very used to it.
Recently I begin a discussion in pspad forum to ask for the possibility to link to a folder from inside a plain text file (txt file for instance).
The real thing is that from PsPad I can launch an url, but not a folder. At least no directly. By similar reasons I can't launch a file to open or a program.
pspad answered me : No it can't to know it.
File/folder path can contain spaces, URL like protocols not. So PSpad isn't able to take general text and duess where is end.
I have accepted this as a logical rule or limitation in the txt files.
But I proposed there and here an idea.
One of the options in the pspad contextual menu : "Open Selected file in default application" allow me to open a folder, a file, a program....
I have an old script (of course I don't remember how I did) to select from the cursor a text to the beginning of the line. In a txt file, or even here.
As pspad said there are limitations, but is possible to select manually a chain of characters and launch with the option above of the contextual menu.
I don't remember how of course, but I know is possible to launch in a batch file or other environments (AHK, Autoit,....) this chain of characters.
So I am launching from the txt file folders, programs, files to open with word or acrobat, etc (images, videos, audios,.....) with the above method.
Is it possible a little script included in TextWorx to launch selective chains ?
By example :
If I put the cursor at the end of the above chain and the script select it and automate the launching. Automate to launch with the default application you have configurated if any. In other case do nothing.
P.S. I have assigned Ctrl+. (control and "." ) to selected a line from the cursor to the beginning of the line.
But any configurable hotkey may serve.