on Tue, 21. Dec 2004 at 15:12:53 +0000 michael thornhill wrote:
> Thanks for your comments, I've had a go at fixing them and converted the
> macro to a plugin jar (my first so probably very buggy),
It's been running now since a while here and no bugs detected.. though I
mostly use ctrl-tab only (to go to the most recent buffer). To access a
specific file I'm still using SwitchBuffer.
> I couldn't recreate the flashing windows but have added an option for
> the size of the popup dialog.
Great. It's not flashing anymore like with the macro, but still kind of
slow (when just doing ctrl-tab and release the keys immediately). I
guess this is quite normal because of the window that has to be drawn.
> I've tested it on jEdit 4.2Final on windows and linux FC3. It's
> compiled with Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build
> It's available at
..and runs fine even with 4.3pre1.. ;)
Thanks and a happy new year!
> dAniel hAhler wrote:
>>on Thu, 25. Nov 2004 at 19:55:50 +0000 michael thornhill wrote:
>>Great macro. This should be the base to get build into the core!
>>It has only two drawbacks here:
>> - drawing of the window flashes (java 5, radeon 7500)
>> - with a lot of files the ones at the bottom aren't visible
>>I don't know yet if it suits my needs better then "Switch Buffer" -
>>probably not, but a very nice thing anyway.
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