[guispeak] Re: EdSharp 2.5 and FileDir 3.1 released

  • From: Jamal Mazrui <empower@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 09:08:41 -0500 (EST)

Sorry I somehow missed your message before.  If you are referring to
regular expressions, you can use the \d token to represent any digit.

Jamal
On
Tue, 15 Jan 2008, Donald L. Roberts wrote:

> Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 20:30:51 -0800
> From: Donald L. Roberts <donald_roberts_99@xxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [guispeak] EdSharp 2.5 and FileDir 3.1 released
>
>     Hello Jamall,
>
> I am writing to you on list as I have not received answers when I
> emailed your posting address directly, although I have had
> intermittent email problems.
>
> I am writing to request the inclusion of one more token in
> Textpal and or Ed Sharp.  Specifically, I would find it extremely
> useful if you included a token to represent any digit.  I would
> find this especially useful when performing search and replace
> operations.
>
> Thanks for listening.
>
> Don Roberts
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jamal Mazrui" <empower@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>;
> <program-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, January 14, 2008 5:01 AM
> Subject: [guispeak] EdSharp 2.5 and FileDir 3.1 released
>
>
> 2008 brings new improvements to EdSharp and FileDir.  They are
> more solid,
> capable, and compatible.
>
> Jamal
>
> http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/edsetup.exe
>
> EdSharp
> Version 2.5
> Released January 14, 2008
>
> Fixed the paste command (Control+V) stripping hard returns at the
> end of
> clipboard text.  Fixed EdSharp not always being activated when an
> associated file is opened via Windows Explorer (or FileDir).
> Also made
> EdSharp activate more quickly when a new file is opened in this
> way.
>
> Fine tuned the JAWS configuration so that "not selected" messages
> do not
> erroneously occur when navigating a listbox.  Also improved the
> speaking
> of special Unicode characters when reading continuously with
> SayAll
> (JAWSKey+DownArrow).  The JAWS script to toggle speech between
> all and no
> punctuation (JAWSKey+GraveAccent) now works with any speech
> synthesizer,
> not just Eloquence.
>
> Fixed the import option for .tex files (LaTeX format).  Stopped
> the import
> options dialog from appearing if only one target format is
> available.
> Made EdSharp notify you of the item number when it activates a
> list-based
> dialog and restores focus to an item other than the initial one.
>
> As before, Alt+Backslash opens Windows Explorer in the directory
> containing the current file, or Control+Backslash opens a command
> prompt
> there.  Besides the current folder, the intervening dialog lets
> you open
> the EdSharp program folder, data folder, or snippet folder.  An
> additional
> button now lets you create a new folder on disk.
>
> As before, the Transform Files command (Alt+Equals) applies a
> saved set of
> search and replace tasks to one or more files.  A new intervening
> dialog
> lets you test what changes would occur without actually
> performing them.
> In either case, you can subsequently use the Review Output
> command
> (Alt+Shift+F5) to examine the change log.  A log may similarly be
> reviewed
> after the Text Convert or Text Combine command (Control+T or
> Control+Shift+T).
>
> Added the Special Character command (F2), which prompts for a
> character to
> insert based on its numeric value in the Unicode character set.
> The
> number should have four hex digits (base 16).  This command is
> useful for
> inputting a character that does not have a corresponding
> keystroke.  You
> can specify a decimal (base 10) number instead by preceding it
> with the
> letter d.  For example, the ellipses symbol ( a single character
> for ...)
> may be specified either in hex as 2026 or in decimal as d8230.
> ----------
>
> http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/dirsetup.exe
>
> FileDir
> Version 3.1
> Released January 14, 2008
>
> Fixed conversions to text not working due to an inconsistent
> location for
> the temp file.  Fixed the Manual Options command (Alt+Shift+M)
> not finding
> the configuration file (FileDir.ini).
>
> As before, Control+Shift+M initiates a mail message with tagged
> files as
> attachments.  If no items are tagged, FileDir now both attaches
> the
> current file and includes its text in the message body.
>
> As before, Control+Shift+P copies the full paths of all items
> below a
> subfolder item in the directory hierarchy.  As an enhancement,
> after
> determining what file extensions are present, FileDir prompts for
> which
> ones to include in the resulting list.
>
> Strengthened the Web Download command (Alt+Shift+W) so that it
> works like
> the one in EdSharp.  Many hot keys are available for navigating
> and
> choosing files to download.  Target names on disk are made unique
> in case
> different links end similarly, e.g., with default.htm.  Duplicate
> files
> may subsequently be identified and deleted with the Tag Duplicate
> Files
> command (Alt+Shift+Period).  This command runs much faster than
> before.
> Other list-based dialogs enhance navigation like Web Download,
> e.g., Open
> Drive (Alt+O) and Alternate Menu (Alt+F10).
>
> New commands include the following.  Control+Shift+I renames
> files to the
> initial line of text inside them (if found), which is often a
> convenient
> way of making the name of a file the same as the title of the
> document
> inside (e.g., useful after downloading files with cryptic names).
> Control+Shift+Period tags files that match a regular expression
> you
> specify.
>
> FileDir now supports the concept of a "virtual folder" that does
> not exist
> as a physical directory on disk.  A virtual folder is defined by
> a path
> list in a text file.  It contains the full paths of files or
> folders, not
> necessarily in a single directory, but in any directory and on
> any drive.
> You can create such a file in a text editor, or with the help of
> FileDir
> commands like Path List, Control+Shift+P, and Export Clipboard,
> Alt+Shift+E.  Press Alt+Shift+O to open a virtual folder
> definition in a
> new window, or Alt+Shift+G to go to it in the same window.  In
> general,
> you can then process its items as if they were in the same
> directory.
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