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by nikos
2002 Mar 02, 14:20
Forum: Editor² / 2X Editor Support
Topic: Need Support? - Support to Editor2 program
Replies: 7
Views: 7031

you need to switch to editor2, which properly recognizes Unix text files (as well as windows and unicode) and can convert to a different mode, too
by nikos
2002 Mar 01, 12:39
Forum: x2 / 2X General
Topic: 2xExplorer Requests
Replies: 85
Views: 56259

emptying the trash can is easy:
either in 2x or on your desktop, right-click and pick "Empty", surely this is no big trouble? :)
by nikos
2002 Mar 01, 11:08
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Nikolaaaa descriptions koympareeee
Replies: 1
Views: 2324

(so you are Greek then, are you not? ;) ) I've heard about these 4DOS-type comments in the past, although I haven't seen them with my eyes. Can you see these in the standard explorer? Well, I was planning to introduce the standard windows (post-2000) comments that are supported for NTFS drives --- y...
by nikos
2002 Mar 01, 10:53
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Korean file name display problem - Korean file name display problem
Replies: 4
Views: 5571

unfortunately i can't offer any more help on this one...
perhaps some other user from the far east could shed some light on this one?
by nikos
2002 Mar 01, 10:50
Forum: x2 / 2X General
Topic: 2xExplorer Requests
Replies: 85
Views: 56259

<i> > menu item to launch a new instance instead?</i>

that's coming (i think) in the next version, more or less the way explorer does it

<i> > command line switch to launch the find tool? </i>

how would that work then? (and why?)
by nikos
2002 Feb 28, 17:39
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Korean file name display problem - Korean file name display problem
Replies: 4
Views: 5571

i take it you mean filenames etc in the left/right panes come out wrong (?) i wouldn't know for sure but 2x uses whatever fonts your desktop (explorer) uses, so it shouldn't have problems. I have seen some program <a href="http://www.ps.ic.ac.uk/~umeca74/weird.gif">snapshots</a> with eastern fonts, ...
by nikos
2002 Feb 28, 10:39
Forum: Editor² / 2X Editor Support
Topic: Need Support? - Support to Editor2 program
Replies: 7
Views: 7031

syntax hilighting is a big beast to tackle, and would defeat the purpose of such a small notepad replacement.

executing externam commands (e.g. compilers, browsers etc) on the edited file on the other way is something i'll add at some point
by nikos
2002 Feb 27, 12:58
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Bookmarks - Request for more bookmarks
Replies: 1
Views: 2982

more bookmarks are coming
in the meantime you can "cheat" by managing your own bookmarks as explained in <b><a href="netez.com/2xExplorer/faq.html">FAQ</a></b> # 20
by nikos
2002 Feb 27, 12:54
Forum: x2 / 2X General
Topic: 2xExplorer Requests
Replies: 85
Views: 56259

4 windows is no problem, but how are you going to manage them? For example, if you want to synchronize the contents of two windows, how would you pick the two? How would you pick a target for "Copy To" commands? Too much complication there... You can have a second instance of 2xExplorer running if y...
by nikos
2002 Feb 26, 14:14
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: zip and 2xExp - use of zip files
Replies: 4
Views: 4445

That's a good one that i didn't know (BTW, the url has an extra '.' in the end) Unfortunately on my NT4 at least, it opens the contents of zips etc in what it is known as <i>rooted namespace extension</i>, which for you and me means that a new explorer window pops up with the zip contents. I have se...
by nikos
2002 Feb 25, 19:53
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: File Compare
Replies: 1
Views: 3108

no 2x's synchronization logic requires same named files. So either rename one of the two :) or use something external like <b>winDiff</b> if you go for plan B, keep in mind the nice tricks 2x's address bar will allow for compiling commands to execute, especially so the <b>[Ctrl+Enter]</b> shortcut t...
by nikos
2002 Feb 25, 19:49
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Synchronicity...
Replies: 2
Views: 3486

oh, that little party trick...
checkout <b><a HREF="http://netez.com/2xExplorer/faq.html">FAQ # 22</a></b>
sorted!
by nikos
2002 Feb 24, 11:54
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Startup
Replies: 4
Views: 4488

ok, let's clarify this I didn't mean to right click on the desktop icon itself. Create a shortcut to 2x on your desktop (or wherever you find convenient) and right click on <i>that</i>. From the context menu select <b>Properties</b>. Look for the <b>shortcut</b> tab and there you'll find a <b>run</b...
by nikos
2002 Feb 23, 14:24
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Startup
Replies: 4
Views: 4488

that would be FAQ# 9 then :)
by nikos
2002 Feb 23, 14:23
Forum: 2X Explorer Support
Topic: Just a little question
Replies: 1
Views: 3128

no

at present the best it can do is dip into ZIP files, but you'll need winXP for that (or at least 2000 with zipfolders support). There are a couple of FAQs on this topic