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LiLi pad
« on: March 28, 2021, 12:05:53 PM »
 

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Showing the window maximized (the default)




Showing what happens when the Open button is used, the up arrow moves up in the tree of your files for navigating them.



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Re: LiLi pad
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2021, 01:02:28 PM »
 

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It is now working with, Cut and Paste, and Copy and Paste.
Ctrl +C  ,to Copy
Ctrl +X  ,to Cut
Ctrl +V  ,to Paste
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Re: LiLi pad
« Reply #2 on: March 28, 2021, 03:23:17 PM »
 

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Re: LiLi pad
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Watching with interest.


Thank you Jerry.

Are there other features that should go in a lightweight editor ?
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Re: LiLi pad
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The fewer features the better, by this I mean just the absolute essentials.

Menu - New Open, Save, Save As...
Cut, Copy, Paste.
Line Numbers.
Ability to select font and font size.

Later on - Find and Find and Replace function.

That's all you need I'd imagine.
 

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I will look in to those.
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Just take your time, have fun with it, there's no pressure to learn or add features. Proceed as you desire.
 

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« Reply #7 on: March 29, 2021, 07:47:00 AM »
 

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I will post the code somewhere when it is finished.
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Just take your time, have fun with it, there's no pressure to learn or add features. Proceed as you desire.

Nice job @bitsnpcs  :045:   :54:


Wish I had time to designate to learning python/perl...
Been in ruby and yaml for a bit, still figuring that all out lol....
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Just take your time, have fun with it, there's no pressure to learn or add features. Proceed as you desire.

Nice job @bitsnpcs  :045:   :54:


Wish I had time to designate to learning python/perl...
Been in ruby and yaml for a bit, still figuring that all out lol....

Thank you @firenice03  :)
I hadn't heard of yaml, I had to look up what it meant. I have heard of Ruby but I do not know anything about it either.


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Sometimes its easier to learn when doing for fun..  :027:
Definitely versus having to meet a deadline...

Yeah, I use yaml in automation/devops apps mostly..

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Yes I feel the same, I like learning for fun :)
You are doing difficult things with yaml.
 

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LiLi-font, will try to integrate in to LiLi-pad somehow.





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Update -
now has word wrap, and automatically scrolls the page up when you type past its page end,so your latest typing is always visible.

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A total of 23 lines of code at this time. (this will increase)


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