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Hello Notepad++ users,
I changed a lot of stuff to fixes all known bugs and restrictions. Here the change-log:
09/09/09 v0.9.5 :
Fix: Menu of Npp++ isn't displayed properly after using hex [NPP-P-B-2799622]
Fix: HEX v0.9.3 forgets scroll position when switching tabs [NPP-P-B-2721661]
Fix: "Repleace" misspell in HEX-Editor plugins Help dialog [NPP-P-B-2351008]
Fix: Opening a file from outside with enabled Hex-Mode cause graphic issues.
Fix: "Go to another view" causes a crash if no document is opened.
Fix: Compare has no limitations anymore.
Fix: Bookmark color wasn't stored.
Fix: Restriction of Simple Compare removed.
Fix: Paste of data into combo box of Find dialog doesn't work in ANSI/HEX mode
New: Changed Bookmark style.
New: Shortcuts for Undo, Redo, Copy, Cut, Paste and Select All are now in sync
with the Notepad++ shortcuts.
Here the link:
Thanks a ton. I have already installed it and the menu bug is indeed gone. Keep up your great work!
I can confirm that the irritating blinking-menu bug is gone, thanks!
unfortunately I have been bitten by another HexEditor bug - when I have a two panel (cloned view etc.) Notepad++ configuration and I am trying to go fullscreen (the F11 shortcut), I get a crash (only if the HexEditor plugin is present). In one case I was able to obtain the Notepad++ crashdump file, so here is my brief analysis:
0204a06a 8b8210020000 mov eax, dword ptr [edx+210h] ds:0023:00000210=????????
cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000
Crashes it also without the MultiClipboard?
Sorry, forgot to say what type of exception:
Access violation - code c0000005
But it is obvious - the edx is 0 here and the reading from [edx+210h] memory area is forbidden (it belongs to the system - IDT)
Yes. Steps to reproduce:
- cleared all files & folders in the Notepad++ plugins subdir
- added only the HexEditor 0.9.5 UNI (hey, the plugin is not "autoconfigurable", I had to manually add my old .\Config\HexEditor.ini file, otherwise the Notepad++ complains that the HexEditor is not compatible and it refuses to load the plugin)
- start Notepad++ (+check that the HexEditor plugin has been loaded)
- clone view to have two panels
- hit F11, it takes looooong time (TaskManager shows high CPU-load) and then it shows the requested fullscreen view
- hit F11 again, this time the Notepad++ crash message ("Notepad++ cannot recover and must be shut down...") appears after the long wait
- then a possibiliy to create the crashdump file is shown
Crashed at (the same place as the last time):
0195a06a 8b8210020000 mov eax,dword ptr [edx+210h] ds:0023:00000210
And when I really use the HexEditor plugin in Notepad++ (opened a file, Ctrl+Shift+Alt+H, clone view, F11), Notepad++ crashes, but this time there is no text in the crash-dlg (not even the wnd-name or text on buttons...). I tried blindly push the dlg buttons (as this time I have aready now that it is the Notepad++ crash dlg) and I got a new crashdump file, analysis:
01966637 83b91002000001 cmp dword ptr [ecx+210h],1 ds:0023:00000210=????????
cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000
Xm1 thanks a lot.
I found out the problem with your help. It will be fixed in next release. Hopefully end of the week.
Do you use the Visual Studio possibility to produce also the map-files?
With these available one can quickly determine the real culprit (function name where the problem appeared) even without the source codes, VS or other utilities like WinDBG. Just taking the HexEditor+0x16637 info and checking the map-file for the relevant fnc.
any idea when the next F11 compatible version will be released?
I've found a strange bug.
When double clicking in a .nfo file (any extension that has by default the DOS-Style), Notepap++ crashes.
If the file is drag-droped in NP++ window or it's opened inside NP++ (File->Open…), it works fine.
When 'HexEditor.dll' is removed or renamed, works fine again.
Notepad++ verison: 5.6.3 Unicode (unziped w/o any aditional plugin)
HexEditor version: 0.9.5.0
You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar… :)
Just signed up so I could at least say thank you. And maybe say something that will make someone smile.
I'm not an IT guy at all.. frankly I don't know squat about coding, but I have this thing… You know how some ppl when they get drunk and go home too early , they get into watching infomercials which costs them shit load of money…
Well… my thing is, whenever I get drunk I keep browsing my PC looking for anything… that I have absolutely no idea about, opening it in notepad and trying to discover what the silly encrypted squiglys have hidden there… and the funny part is… I didn't do it looking for some challenge, I just had no clue that tools that could easily decode it existed :). So just like the guy from "Beautiful Mind" I kept searching for patterns and what not, changing fonts squishing and spreading, but I actually eventually was able to determine what the file was for..:) Take care