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tretton



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tretton
This is a really small bug, but nevertheless a bug (I think). :) When Vertical selection is turned on and I try to Select all (right-click menu or Ctrl + A), it only selects a newline (?) on every line (it looks as if it hasn't selected anything). When I copy this into another text editor, all I get is bunch of newlines.

By the way, is there a reason to why every filename is in UPPERCASE? I'm using WinXP SP2.

Thank you!
-tretton
Post 20 Jan 2006, 17:10
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Tomasz Grysztar



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It selects up to the end of the last line, so if the last line is empty, it just does what you noticed. I can fix it by making Ctrl+A switch to standard selection mode aswell - I see no other good solution.

As for the names, they are in whatever case you write them. At least it works this way for me in XP. I'm using NTFS, though - there might be some difference with FAT filesystem.
Post 20 Jan 2006, 18:27
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tretton



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That explanation does make sense. Now I at least understand what it's doing. I was only surprised that it didn't select the entire file when I pressed Ctrl + A. :)

Sorry about that uppercase remark, really vague... What I meant was, why are all the files [edit]and folders for that matter[/edit] in the FASM package uppercase? DOS tradition?
Post 20 Jan 2006, 18:54
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Yes.
Post 20 Jan 2006, 19:25
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okasvi



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this is kinda off topic but i didnt want to start new one...


ive been experiencing randomly fasmw crashes when low on RAM and having multiple files open with it... im running winXPsp2 with 512mb ram... im sure it sounds stupid to post about crash i cant reproduce but still it is doing it for me ... last time it did i had 5files open and i clicked(i was bored and thinking) left mouse button on some random comment about 10-20times and then clicked few times right mouse button on comments again and there was nothing selected = crash... weird?



might have something to do with bloatware im running(Azureus&java), and other heavy soft like gimp, firefox...

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Post 20 Jan 2006, 19:53
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Tomasz Grysztar



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If you could do at least crash dump, it would be very helpful.
Post 20 Jan 2006, 19:55
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okasvi



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
If you could do at least crash dump, it would be very helpful.



what do you mean with it? that extra info that you can view get from window saying that fasmw.exe crashed...? i have finnish xp so it might be translated so wrong that it is hard for me to spot it Very Happy



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rugxulo



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I think he's using PKZIP 2.50 to package all the files ("2.5 fat" according to unzip -Z fasm165.zip). Not sure about under Windows 9x, but under pure DOS, unlike Info-ZIP, PKZIP always makes all filenames uppercase.
tretton wrote:

Sorry about that uppercase remark, really vague... What I meant was, why are all the files [edit]and folders for that matter[/edit] in the FASM package uppercase? DOS tradition?
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