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cause Undo THE Last Save is not the same as Undo TO THE Last Save).
rename Undo To The Last Save into just Undo - there's a tooltip after all. Plus, most of us know that Undo means undo the last change.
Thanks for the Remove button (i hide it now though 'cause i still don't understand why it's there, so i guess i don't need it). I guess 'you can right-click ExternalEdit to stop checking the css file' is from the same thing ... the one i don't understand ;-). Does this mean if, in the middle of editing in the external editor, if you Rclick this button, the changes will not be made in the stylish editor but only in the external one?
Posted By: ChoGGirename Undo To The Last Save into just Undo - there's a tooltip after all. Plus, most of us know that Undo means undo the last change.but it isn't the last change, how about Undo (last save), Undo (all)
Posted By: makondoGeeze! This is one of those times when i wish i knew how computers work ;-)I open a style for editing, click on my ext. editor button to open that. I edit the style in the ext. editor, save and my changes show in the style. I save and close my style, my ext. editor asks me if i want to save the css file. I say 'No', it closes and that's the end of this story. No?
Posted By: makondoAs for the Rclick, let's say i Rcliked and changes don't show in the style's editor. However, as soon as i Lclick it, they will, no? So, what's the point?
Posted By: IzzyIn short, I'd suggest something like "Reload File"- since this is exactly what it does, plus it is short and concise. It would also be good practice to open some "are you sure" dialog first (before resetting to the last saved state), which also can explain what is going to happen ("Are you sure to reload this style from file? This will abandon all changes made since the last save!"). Well, and if one day some annoyed users complain about this additional popup, you may add an option to the options dialog to skip it - but I'd feel this essential especially to beginners.
Posted By: makondo... I save and close my style, my ext. editor asks me if i want to save the css file. I say 'No', it closes and that's the end of this story. No?
Posted By: ChoGGimaybe not sure if a dialog is needed (it isn't supposed to be for beginners)
Posted By: makondoBut if CHoGGi wants to make S-C editor a css editor all by itself, than just add a toolbar with all the Undos, Save, Spellchecker, etc. stuff there.
Posted By: makondoStill puzzled. CHoGGi, do you use it? Why and when?
Posted By: IzzyEven an experienced "styler" can be a beginner concerning the use of S-C
Rather than caring for single files here, one either cleans up the entire directory on boot (or using a scheduler), or does this e.g. for "files older than..."
i said:I really think we shouldn't even bother with any of them as there's usually an Undo in an ext. editor. So, if we're doing more than a swift cleanup, we should use it. But if CHoGGi wants to make S-C editor a css editor all by itself, than just add a toolbar with all the Undos, Save, Spellchecker, etc. stuff there.
Posted By: makondo... when you click Undo All, it wipes the style all together. It is there after you Close/Edit the style but scares pants off you at first, trust me.
Posted By: ChoGGiPosted By: IzzyEven an experienced "styler" can be a beginner concerning the use of S-Ci'd hope they'd check the guide before testing buttons :)
Posted By: makondomay be really make a toolbar with small icons (16x16) with tooltips
Are you kidding? Who reads guides before getting in trouble?
Posted By: IzzyPosted By: makondomay be really make a toolbar with small icons (16x16) with tooltips
I second this in makondos full description (including grouping and toggling). It would stop cluttering the UI, uses less space, looks more professional (well OK, that also depends on)...
CHoGGi, thanks for the update but the Revert(last Save) button doesn't seem to work. Nothing happens when clicked.
Posted By: ChoGGiPosted By: izzyAre you kidding? Who reads guides before getting in trouble?me (Out! Out! You demons of stupidity!)
Posted By: izzyAre you kidding? Who reads guides before getting in trouble?
there's also ctrl+z to undo the undo
Okay - one of ... how many? I'm afraid you're an outstanding exception...
Oh. Will there also come something to undo the undo undo?
I have questions. What is unpreview in the editor? I check dictionary and it doesnt know this word. Is it spelled wrong? Please change name.
How can I search up at the editor? I mean you type a word to search. You can only press F3 to search down. But you cant Shift-F3 to search up. How?
In style info can you make it sort up and sort down? Now I can sort up. I cant sort down. Thx.
I click two times at tags and change the tag. It doesnt save the change. Why? Is it a bug?
In export window I want to export all styles I enabled. How?I try to Shift-Select style no. 11 to style no. 20 and click export checkbox. It only tick style no. 20. I expect it tick all styles 11-20 for me. Is it a bug?Do you know a faster way to tick a large number of styles? Thx.
Snapshot is very useful. Thx so much. But how can I save more than 1 snapshot?
Posted By: ChoGGiit's the opposite of preview (Stylish-Custom Guide)
Posted By: ChoGGinever did figure that out (not something i really care about)
Posted By: ChoGGiit's just supposed to show the tags, not edit them (i left it how it is to be able to copy the tags)
Posted By: ChoGGii'll see about adding something to do that
Posted By: ChoGGiit's been in the todo list for awhile, just never got around to it yet
Posted By: ChoGGiyes, i'm the only person i know that enjoys reading documentation :)
Posted By: WongUnpreview is not a common word