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#4659 Cannot override extension for styler

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2014-01-23
2014-01-23
Thany
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In the Style Configurator, I'm trying to assign the .ss extension to the HTML styler, but N++ sticks it to another language in the "Default ext" box (Schime). It seems impossible to override a default extension in the "User ext" box for another language.

On a sidenote: the "Default ext" box looks editable, but it isn't. Please make it gray or something to give a visual cue that i's not writable (or better yet: make it writable).

I'm not aware of a workaround, other than manually selecting Language->H->HTML from the menu every time I open such a file...

Using Windows 7 x64 and N++ 6.5.3.

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  • Thany
    Thany
    2014-01-23

    Hm, just noticed this as well. Not sure if there's a valid reason for this, but Schime is missing from the Language->S menu. Thank goodness HTML is there.

     
  • Thany
    Thany
    2014-01-23

    Oh goody, I did find a workaround!
    I looked for "ss" in the langs.xml (you know, the one that keeps getting corrupted ;)) and removed it.

    There's a small inconsistency: it was attached to the language Scheme, not Schime. Weird.

    Anyway, it would be nice if "User ext" would still be able to oveeride "Default ext".