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#145 "Reload" command is disabled if file is not changed

v2.0_Beta_3
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nobody
3
2006-04-11
2006-04-11
No

AnyEdit v2.0 Beta 3 Build 401
PC: Xeon 2.2Ghz with Windows XP Pro SP2

It is not possible to reload a file if it has not been
modified (i.e. the "Reload" command is greyed).

Indeed there are cases when this is desirable (for example:
case A:
* the file is no more accessible (being, for example,
on an external/network drive temporarily not accessible);
* AnyEdit asks whether it has to close the file;
* the user says "No";
* the external/network drive becomes accessible again;

case B:
* a new language syntax is defined and a new language
is added to AnyEdit (e.g. IDL based on CPP parser) but
files are not "syntax hilighted" until reloaded;

More in general, this is needed whenever the file has
been, in some way, modified but AnyEdit, for some
reason, is unaware of it.

Discussion

  • Danilo Turina

    Danilo Turina - 2006-04-11
    • priority: 5 --> 4
     
  • Danilo Turina

    Danilo Turina - 2006-04-11
    • priority: 4 --> 3
     

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