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ID: 17120, Selection Margin 2.2 (with line numbers)

by Karl Tauber Email: Anonymous


Adds a selection margin to the left of each editor pane and displays line numbers within it.

Version 2.2 works together with the TextDragDrop OpenTool.
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For JBuilder, Version 4.0  to 7.0 1528 downloads
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Size: 41,890 bytes
Updated on Sun, 03 Nov 2002 03:24:39 GMT
Originally uploaded on Thu, 29 Nov 2001 14:29:00 GMT
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Description
The SelectionMargin OpenTool adds a selection margin to the left of each editor pane. It has special selection behavior, which is mostly the same as Microsoft Word. It allows you to easily select whole lines and therefore makes it easier to copy, cut or delete whole lines. The selection margin is also used to display line numbers.

This OpenTool works together with the TextDragDrop OpenTool. It allows you to drop text onto the selection margin. The dropped text will be inserted at the beginning of the line.


Please visit the URL above to take a look at some screen shots or to download the source code.


USAGE

When the mouse pointer is moved into the selection margin, it changes to a select arrow that points up and to the right (a mirror image of the standard select arrow).

Do any of the following:
- Click in the margin to select the entire line to the right of the mouse pointer.
- Click in the margin and move the mouse pointer to select multiple consecutive lines.
- While holding down SHIFT, click in the margin and move the mouse pointer to extend a selection.
- While holding down CTRL, click anywhere in the margin to select the entire file. (This is equivalent to choosing the "Select All" command from the "Edit" menu.)


CONFIGURATION

You can enable/disable the line number display in the Editor Options dialog. A faster way to toggle the line number display is the popup menu of the selection margin. Right-click into the selection margin to get it.


HISTORY

Version 2.2 (2002-04-08)
- Support for the TextDragDrop OpenTool added.

Version 2.01 (2002-01-28)
- Linux createCustomCursor() bug fixed.

Version 2.0 (2002-01-24)
- Displays line numbers in the selection margin.
- The selection margin is now installed into almost all editor panes (except the Diff View).
- Split view support.
- Added support for the "About OpenTools" OpenTool.

Version 1.1 (2001-11-24)
- Select the entire file while holding down CTRL.

Version 1.0 (2001-11-18)
- Initial release.


INSTALLATION

1. Quit JBuilder.
2. Copy the SelectionMarginOpenTool.jar file into the \lib\ext directory.
3. Restart JBuilder.


UNINSTALL

1. Quit JBuilder.
2. Delete the SelectionMarginOpenTool.jar file from the \lib\ext directory.
3. Restart JBuilder.


COMPATIBILITY

This OpenTool has been tested with JBuilder 4, 5, 6 and 7.


LICENSE

SelectionMargin OpenTool is free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

For more information, see www.ktauber.com/opentools/selectionmargin/

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