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You can also change the size of font in Notepad++ by holding Ctrl + scroll with mouse wheel.
Goto Menu > Settings > Style Configurator Set Font size Press Save & Close
You can check out the "Reduce" option in Settings > Preferences > General. In Notepad++ (6.5) the size setting for tab labels is in Settings > Preferences > Tab Settings, although this appears to be a setting for formatting within documents. Hopefully one of those settings will help.
It's a bug introduced in Notepad++ that already has a proposed fix, which hopefully will be included in the next release. In the meantime, there are workarounds using Python Script plugin or NppExec plugin.
Notepad++ does not search and replace inside archive files. Your archives were corrupted because you performed search and replace on your RAR files themselves, rather than on the files contained in them. Suppose you wanted to convert all text files in your folder from Mac to Unix. To do that, you have to replace all CR (0x0D) characters with LF (0x0A). ...
The "blue dots" are called bookmarks. To save the bookmarks you need to enable sessions. To enable sessions: menu preferences select backup enable Remember current session for next launch "As a matter of fact notepad doesn't even give me the option to save when I add bookmarks. It's as if nothing was changed in data" Use File > Save Session ... ...
Notepad++ has a feature to essentially install as a portable version, right from the default installer: If you check that, and install it to a folder that is synced by your favorite cloud storage service (ie Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, etc.) it should synchronize your settings automatically.
I found a simpler workflow is to use the Markdown extension in Chrome, do your edits in NP++, then point Chrome at your file and reload after each change. No need for complex configuration and it gets the job done for me.
Use the MultiClipboard plugin. Source MultiClipboard 2 Features ... Option to auto copy selected text from document to clipboard
regex ^.*RIN.*\r\n(.*\r\n)*(?=^1.*) or a bit better regex ^.*RIN.*\r\n(.*\r\n)*(?=^1 .*) so there's your regx. replace that with nothing. or with \r\n Added An explanation. ^ Match the beginning of a line then .* any and all characters(though not new line 'cos we ticked that dot doesn't match new line box) then (.*\r\n)* match all lines after UNTIL this ...
I found my answer, by using () in the search field and \ in the replace field.
You can search and replace by regular expression. What you have is a file with: <value>,\r\n<value>,\r\n<value>,\r\n You want to create a regular expression which matches 2 values and removes the new line in between. Go to search and replace (shortcut: control+H) and enter the following: find: (.*)\,\r\n(.*)\,\r\n replace: \1, \2,\r\n ...
As it happens, I had to recover several corrupted files last week and tried Recuva first (didn't find them) and then something called photorec. That's the thing to use, very powerful. When you download their zip make sure you use the win gui version called qphotorec_win.exe (the one just called photorec_win.exe is dos cmd line version and way too cryptic). ...
If it is SSD drive then maybe turn off TRIM, so it will not clean sectors where the file was located before this issue. I would suggest to create a full clone of your drive and then try restoration process on this clone.
Yes. Settings > Preferences... > MISC. > Show only filename in title bar.
The zooming functionality in Notepad++ actually works via changing the point size not by a 'custom' zooming display feature (ie. it's no different than you changing the font size). Taken from Scintilla documentation (Notepad++ is based on Scintilla): Scintilla incorporates a "zoom factor" that lets you make all the text in the document larger or ...
Solution : The feature is avaible under preferences dialog box. Go to Settings then Preferences then New Document/Default Directory and finally edit Default Language to HTML. Capture :
I found another way ... let me know how this works for you. In the file menu Macro > Modify Shortcut/Delete Macro ... Choose the plugins Tab, select a Text FX command that you want to assign a shortcut to. Finally check your results in the TextFX menu I had screenshots, but it would not let me post images since my rep is low.
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