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by jackpots
03.05.2015, 17:51
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Word wrap enabled in the Quick Viewer (CTRL+Q)?
Replies: 3
Views: 2227

Re: Word wrap enabled in the Quick Viewer (CTRL+Q)?

http://i.imgur.com/O53R9Fg.png Thank you much. That was very helpful. However, it appears that word-wraps do not work as intended with UTF-8 files on v685. It does work with ANSI based text files. I have text files created in Notepad++ that are always "UTF-8 without BOM", whether the text itself ha...
by jackpots
02.05.2015, 18:23
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Word wrap enabled in the Quick Viewer (CTRL+Q)?
Replies: 3
Views: 2227

Word wrap enabled in the Quick Viewer (CTRL+Q)?

Is it possible to have word wrap enabled in the Quick Viewer (CTRL+Q)? In the Viewer (F3, window), this is possible either with its toolbar button or menu or shortcut assigned to the menu. However in the Quick Viewer (CTRL+Q, panel), assigned shortcuts do *not* work and no menu or toolbars exist. Al...
by jackpots
28.04.2015, 18:30
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Slow double-click to rename fails with hot track on
Replies: 3
Views: 3507

Slow double-click to rename fails with hot track on

Slow double-click to rename only works with "Settings > Selected items > General > Hot track only" off.

FreeCommander XE 2015 Build 685 32-bit public // Windows 7

Thanks
by jackpots
28.04.2015, 16:54
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Regex Replacement Strings Case Conversion
Replies: 0
Views: 2321

Regex Replacement Strings Case Conversion

Will you support the following Regex syntax for the replacement string:
\U \u \L \l \E

You may find the descriptions and examples at the end of the page here: http://www.regular-expressions.info/refreplacecase.html

Thanks for your efforts.
by jackpots
28.04.2015, 16:36
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: how to swap words in multi-rename
Replies: 5
Views: 32209

Re: how to swap words in multi-rename

kino wrote:Hello,

... so, what about back-referencing capturing groups in multirename regex replacement ?
(thanks)
Depending on the flavor of Regex, the captured groups are referenced as \1 \2 etc., or $1 $2 etc. for the replace string.
FC XE appears to use the latter.