[guispeak] TextPal 1.9 released

  • From: Jamal Mazrui <empower@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 12:11:49 -0400 (EDT)


Version 1.9
Released October 19, 2006

Fixed bookmarks not being remembered for the first bookmarked file.  Fixed
the HomeCharacter command, Alt+Home, not skipping over tabs as well as

Improved synchronization between TextPal and JAWS scripts.  The scripts
are identified with JAWSKey+Q.  With IndentAlert on and the scripts,
change in level is spoken before the new line of text.  Otherwise, both
JAWS and Window-Eyes necessarily say the change after.  The scripts now
try to suppress extraneous speech when dialogs of input fields are closed.
For example, after completing a Find dialog, TextPal reads the matching
line of text without JAWS first announcing the title of the newly
activated window such as "TextPal NoName1."  (A trade-off is that JAWS may
occasionally not automatically announce the window title of TextPal when
switching to it from another application.)

Added Go to Error command, Alt+Shift+G to quickly move to a compilation
error.  If a tool run with Control+F5 or Control+Shift+F5 writes messages
to standard output, the text will be captured and displayed in a message
box upon completion.  The first line and column position mentioned in the
output, if any, is assumed to be the position of a compilation error in
the source code.  TextPal uses the ErrorPosition setting, configurable in
the Settings dialog, to find the position in the output based on a regular
expression.  Configured for C# by default, the regular expression should
be defined so that the first number of a matching string is the line
number and the second number is the column number.  The Go to Error
command, Alt+Shift+G, goes to the saved position and announces the line,
column, and word there.


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