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mkopack73
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Joined: 03/07/2020
Location: United States
Posts: 178
Posted: 10:02pm 29 Jul 2020
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Ah hang in there Jim!!! MMEdit is a great and useful tool and you are about to get another big wave of users as new CMm2 owners jump on.  

I’m At the pool At the moment but as soon as I get back home I’ll be shooting you a little beer money to thank you for such a great tool.

2 requests for a future version:

1) keyboard shortcuts (like CTRL-S to save etc)
2) ability to open multiple files at the same time.  (Like so I can copy lines out of one program into another).  

Otherwise it’s a great tool!
 
TassyJim

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Joined: 07/08/2011
Location: Australia
Posts: 3715
Posted: 10:28pm 29 Jul 2020
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  mkopack73 said  
2 requests for a future version:

1) keyboard shortcuts (like CTRL-S to save etc)
2) ability to open multiple files at the same time.  (Like so I can copy lines out of one program into another).  

Otherwise it’s a great tool!


From the change log
  Quote  V3.2.1
8 Mar 2013
Fixed bug in toggling indent guides
Added keyboard shortcuts - ^O Open, ^N New, ^F or ^H Find, ^S Save, ^G Goto line number, ^L Delete current line
Added new option to show line endings.
Options are now remembered between sessions.

Note the date.
Hidden in the help, under "reference" is a full list of keyboard shortcuts.

For multiple files, I use Notepad++ and copy and paste between it and MMEdit.

Just as a follow up to the original start of this topic.
Symantec never did tell me why they classed me as an evil scumbag. But I didn't really expect them to bother.

Jim
It all started with the ZX81....
VK7JH
http://www.c-com.com.au/MMedit.htm
 
Andrew_G
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Joined: 18/10/2016
Location: Australia
Posts: 472
Posted: 12:35am 30 Jul 2020
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Hi Mkopack73,
MMEdit is even better that Jim gives it credit for.
You can have multiple sessions running and cut and paste between them.
I often have two sessions going, to different MM170s (e.g. one a 'sender' the other a 'talker').
As Jim says you can have a file in Notebook++ (or other text editor) and cut and paste between. You can arrange the four windows quite well on a largish monitor

There is no "otherwise" about it - Jim deserves every cent and thanks we send his way.
Cheers,

Andrew
 
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