[guispeak] TextPal 1.3 released

  • From: Jamal Mazrui <empower@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 13:35:12 -0400 (EDT)


TextPal 1.3 released on June 15, 2006.  Fixed Home Character command 
(Alt+Home).  Fixed searching for certain punctuation symbols.  Made Print 
command more reliable.  Improved scrolling in a maximized window or large file.

The installer now defaults to the system drive, which is usually, but not 
necessarily, the C drive.  Recent files are sorted chronologically, and 
favorite files alphabetically.  When a file is opened, TextPal looks for a 
bookmark, and if found, initially goes there.  Brace matching commands are more 
intelligent, e.g., if [ is the current character and Control+B is pressed, 
TextPal searches for a matching ] character, regardless of the default setting 
for brace characters.  The Path List command, Control+Shift+P, lets you change 
the current directory before generating output.

Control+Shift+H is a new command for reformatting text with hard line breaks, 
the reverse of Control+Shift+W, which wraps lines.  Use the File Find command, 
Alt+Shift+F, to pick from a list  of files containing a string you specify.  
Alt+Shift+I toggles a mode in which TextPal alerts you to changes in 
indentation when reading with the up and down arrow keys.

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