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ABOUT ----- This plugin mimics the "open selected file" in PSPad. I am a PHP developer and i often see an 'require_once("../this/is/some/file.php");'. In pspad you can select the whole path (../this/is/some/file.php) and open it from the menu. Now you can do the same in notepad++. Just select the whole path and press alt+o, or use the button in the toolbar on top. It will open the file automatically. The plugin understands the relative path. INSTALLATION ------------ Copy QuikOpenPlugin.dll into your Notepad++\plugins directory USAGE ----- Select the included file, press alt + O or use the menu on top. or use the icon in the toolbar on top v1.1 ---- Putting the cursor on the line with a filename(s) will open it(them). If one is selected it will only open this one. Thanks to ufo-pu55y and pedro_sland for the suggestion. V1.2 ---- Removed annoying messagebox when opening files.
Source: readme.txt, updated 2012-05-31

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