....except, that those two items are hard-coded... (I add them statically; never imagined that anyone would want to remove them)
Okay, Ill fix that in the next version.
Thank you. I really appreciate it. Like you said, users who want to keep those 2 commands in their customized menus can easily do that - by adding the respective IDs. But for those who don't need it, it would free up valuable space.
Your help docs are very clear, btw. In fact, one of the best help files I've come across. With numerous examples and detailed explanations. No complaints whatsoever.
When putting it into practice, I run into some inconistencies. According to the help file:
The ... in the Menu titles indicates that the command uses a dialogue box to gather user information - you should hold the modifier key WHEN you push the Accept button in the dialogue.
This is not the way it works with Trim N Characters (713). It requires holding the modifier key BEFORE calling up the dialog. Once you're in the dialog box, it's too late, clicking the Accept button with a modifier key has no effect.
Actually, I see "Trim N Characters" as a line command, I cannot imagine a usage scenario other than in multi-line situations. I mean, who uses that command on the first line only? Much easier to simply delete the chars up front than going through the motions with menu and dialog box. So imo, the command should work on individual lines by default, just like Renumber Lines (725), but maybe that's just me.
It were nice to have an "Add N Characters" command as well, especially for markdown docs, to add asterisks for bullets or letters and numbers for lists: