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hpl2:third_party_tools:text:notepad [2010/11/04 14:36]
jens created
hpl2:third_party_tools:text:notepad [2012/02/04 20:10]
microdudenor [Notepad++ Setup]
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 ===== Notepad++ Setup ===== ===== Notepad++ Setup =====
-  ​- Download [[http://​sourceforge.net/​projects/​notepad-plus/files/​|Notepad++]] + 
-  - Settings menu - Preferences - File Association ​-> customize add a .hps to registered exts + 
-  - Settings menu - Preferences - Backup/​AutoCompletion ​-> Enable Function Completion and Function Parameters Hint on input. +    ​- Download [[http://​notepad-plus-plus.org/​|Notepad++]]  
-  - Download {{userdefinelang.zip}},​ unzip and in View menu -> User-defined dialogue... Click import and import the file. +    - Settings menu - Preferences - File Association ​→ customize add a .hps to registered exts 
-  - Download {{hps.zip}},​ unzip and go to Program Files\Notepad++\plugins\APIs and put hps.xml here.+    - Settings menu - Preferences - Backup/​AutoCompletion ​→ Enable Function Completion and Function Parameters Hint on input. 
 +    - Download {{:​hpl2:​third_party_tools:​text:​userdefinelang.zip|userdefinelang.zip}},​ unzip and in View menu → User-defined dialogue… Click import and import the file. 
 +    - Download {{:​hpl2:​third_party_tools:​text:​hps.zip|hps.zip}}, unzip and go to Program Files%%\%%Notepad++%%\%%plugins%%\%%APIs and put hps.xml here. 
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 +        (Fix: If the notepad++ still isnt showing you colors for syntaxes and similar things. Then you want to go ahead and hit __LANGUAGE__and select at the bottom HPS)
  
 ==== Notepad++ will now be able to ==== ==== Notepad++ will now be able to ====
hpl2/third_party_tools/text/notepad.txt · Last modified: 2015/08/03 10:56 by lazzer