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Hi. I load another document in another 'Tab' (or copy it directly), then paste it into the Main document I need it in.
Please can we have a 'Import File' feature that just imports another document into the content of the Main document at the point required. I know its a lot to ask.
All the best.
This has been posted on IdeaTorrent as idea #101 ( http://sourceforge.net/apps/ideatorrent/notepad-plus/ideatorrent/idea/101/ ) on 2009/11/09. You can upvor iy and follow up with a feature reuquet ticket. I'm not sure Don looks at IdeaTorrent too often, the problem being that there may not be enough voters so as to choose what are the top priorities. Old ideas in particular are mssing vote for several reasons.
Hi. Surely its not a question on how many voters there are, but a question on if its practical or not. Not everyone will think of asking for a feature. Most will not for one reason or another.
Programmers, manual writers and so on need this feature. Loading in code/subroutines to a main program (why re-invent whats already done). Lots of programmers have a database of generally used routines that are quickly loaded into a new program code, or writers have descriptions on various subjects ready to load into a new manuals and so on. The list is endless.
As NotePad++ also does programming languages, then, as with many compilers/editors, this feature would be needed, surely?
All the best.