-- reference to color by names ("blue") instead of #numbers ** DONE **
-- code cleaner should discard trailing </p> and not make a <p></p> out of it
-- an F4-like function to repeat previous tag entry... (beats having to scroll and click on the tag menu)
--search replace all should indicate if a change actually took place and how many changes were effected ** DONE **
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My screen is way too small to be able to see them properly side by side or any other way, but I like the idea of being able to open up all the browsers in one go instead of having to go back to the Editor each time to pick on a different browser...
Maybe just CTRL+something when I run down my list of browsers so that they all open up together on different tabs?
I would also like the Quick Link to Open Document and the Quick Link to Relative File to go under the Links icon instead of/as well as under the Insert option.
Why do I ask for such a thing? Well mostly because the program will not allow us to save a configuration that stays put from version to version. I'm telling you right now that with about 3 versions that I've changed over the past month or so (1 or 2 of them being betas also) I've had to redo my toolbars every single time except one time, and that was a fluke because it didn't install correctly so I ended up having to do it in the end anyways.
Toolbar setups are easy yes, but it's really frustrating to have to keep redoing it all the time. I love the versatility of being able to put my buttons anywhere I like, but in the end I would love to just be able to drag the entire toolbar somewhere rather than having to set up 2 or 3 new toolbars every version update.
Not only that, I am of the mind that since there are lots and lots of feature buttons, then toolbars should be default created for them all to start with. We can always customize to remove things we don't want, trust me that's a whole lot easier than having to go through all the categories to find the buttons you want to "add" to a toolbar. Removing them is simple.
Anyways, that's my rant lol, just want all the features available at a toolbar button checkbox click
If you include a help feature (or "cheat" pop-up, or something like that) that lists the flags and what they mean, that would be even sweeter!
Also, a "search from cursor" would be nice (and would have been a work-around for the missing search & replace within a selection block )
It would really help if, either the Extended Find & Replace dialog box didn't lock the scrollbar, or if a search hit was displayed in the middle of the viewport (except, maybe, when the hit occurs within one half of the height of the viewport from the top or bottom of the document).
Hi! Here is my list:)
Expand/shrikable stucture like in notepad++
Ability to sort code snippets in folders
Integrate stylesheetmaker in HTML Editor
Like many web designers, I occasional get lost in all the editing, trial and error with nested code, so maybe when editing, everything between the start and end tag for that section could have a different background color.
Maybe could be included with collapsing sections that has been requested previously.
Example mock ups:
Also, the option to have the drop down (pop out) subitems on a vertical navigation to fall directly underneath the particular root item. Is there a way to accomplish this? I only ask because when the subitem pops out it obscures the content of the page, even after adjusting the width. I guess this really isn't all that big of a deal, I just don't care for it.
Thank you for listening....
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