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my purpose is to match tre and its preceding characters. Well in your example The tree is looking awesome with leaves and flowers. the word fragment tre is not preceeded by any characters in the same word, it is preceeded by characters which are part of earlier words. This makes it your question seem a bit ambiguous. To match any characters followed by ...


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This issue doesn't look software-related to me. It could be the issues with your PC's memory. I advise you to run a scan with Memtest86+. Leave it overnight if you can. Don't use Windows' built-in memory diagnostic, it never worked for me. Other causes could include damaged cables, faulty network cards\switches and strong electromagnetic interference (is ...


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Same problem here. After latest Win 8.1 update FTP is failing in exactly the same way as described above. Doing the same with two FTP clients (DW and Filezilla) uploading to two different servers. Temporary fix here is to use FireFTP in Firefox. The only one I have tried that doesn't have the problem.


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In your screenshot your showing several results highlighted in green. These highlights are not your search results, they're matching the current selection in the editor. The search will not actually match 00 00 00 like you claim.


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Yes the "Select and Find Next" feature is there in Notepad++. The key combination for this is. Ctrl + F3 And to select the previous occurrence it is. Ctrl + Shift + F3 You can check it out under the Search menu.


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Using regular expressions you can get pretty close to what you want. To search for the text of the preceding 4 commas, leaving the cursor at the beginning of the fifth column, try this: Find what: ^([^,]*,){4} Search mode - RegEx: ON . matches new line: OFF The only downside is that it 'selects' the text of the first four columns, but as soon as you ...


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* and + aren't meta characters when in a character class. This is true for regex in general, not only for Notepad++. [a*+] means "match single a, * or +". If you want to match any number of characters t, r or e, use [tre]*. It will match any of these: tttrreerer rrrrrr er t (empty line) If you want to match single t, single r or any number of es, use ...


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To change the line spacing go to Settings -> Style Configurator. On the left select Global Styles under Language then Brace Highlight Style under Style and then change the Font size.


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When opening a file Notepad++ will create a folder named "Notepad++" in the current working directory. The folder will have 5 files config.xml, contextMenu.xml, langs.xml, shortcuts.xml and stylers.xml. You maybe able to fix this issue by disabling the Cloud service option (available in recent versions of Notepad++). Settings -> Preferences -> Cloud select ...


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Notepad++ allows you to customize your shorcuts. You simply need to go to the Settings menu and then go to the Shortcut Mapper option. You can check out this tutorial.


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"I need to know the index of the cursor. For example, instead of line 4 column 23, I want to know that I'm at the 256th character in the file. Notepad++ has the feature you are looking for: Select all characters from the current cursor position to the start of the file using ctrl+shift+home Look at the status bar where it says Sel: {characters}|{rows} ...



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