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Jorge ErtlSubject: Editor problem
Author: Jorge Ertl
Date: 23 Jan 2002 05:27 AM
Hi,

thanks for fixing the horizontal scrollbar since build69g. However, now it is sometimes not possible to scroll to the end of long lines using the scrollbar (depending on the editor font), i.e. the last few chars of these long lines are not visible when the scrollbar is at the rightmost position.


Also Stylus Studio used to append the comment line "Stylesheet edited using Stylus Studio - (c)1998-2001 eXcelon Corp." at the end of the XSL-File, which is normally hidden in the editor. In the latest builds this has been changed to "...c()1998-2002..." but the old comment is not removed by Stylus Studio.

Jorge

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Minollo I.Subject: Re: Editor problem
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 23 Jan 2002 09:13 AM

>...
>Also Stylus Studio used to append the comment line "Stylesheet edited
>using Stylus Studio - (c)1998-2001 eXcelon Corp." at the end of the
>XSL-File, which is normally hidden in the editor. In the latest builds
>this has been changed to "...c()1998-2002..." but the old comment is not
>removed by Stylus Studio.

Yup, this was a bug introduced in 69g and removed in 69h...
Sorry for the trouble,
Minollo

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Minollo I.Subject: Re: Editor problem
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 23 Jan 2002 09:25 AM

>...
>Yup, this was a bug introduced in 69g and removed in 69h...

Sorry, I must be still sleeping...
The problem has been fixed in 69i (NOT in 69h) which we are making
available later today or tomorrow.

Minollo

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Minollo I.Subject: Re: Editor problem
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 24 Jan 2002 06:09 PM

>...
>thanks for fixing the horizontal scrollbar since build69g. However, now it
>is sometimes not possible to scroll to the end of long lines using the
>scrollbar (depending on the editor font), i.e. the last few chars of these
>long lines are not visible when the scrollbar is at the rightmost position.

This has been fixed in 69i, now available on:
http://www.stylusstudio.com/update

>Also Stylus Studio used to append the comment line "Stylesheet edited
>using Stylus Studio - (c)1998-2001 eXcelon Corp." at the end of the
>XSL-File, which is normally hidden in the editor. In the latest builds
>this has been changed to "...c()1998-2002..." but the old comment is not
>removed by Stylus Studio.

This has been partially fixed in 69i; you will still see the comment if no
meta information has been saved for the stylesheet. We are working on a
complete fix.

Thanks,
Minollo

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Bruce WallaceSubject: Re: Editor problem
Author: Bruce Wallace
Date: 05 Feb 2002 08:46 PM
I too get this problem of long lines not being completely scrollable on the right-hand side of the GRID display. This problem is with the just-downloaded version (3.1build69k).

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Minollo I.Subject: Re: Editor problem
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 05 Feb 2002 08:53 PM
NOTHING

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Bruce WallaceSubject: Re: Editor problem
Author: Bruce Wallace
Date: 06 Feb 2002 09:25 AM
Now that you say that, and I play with it some more, I see that the problem was likely that I was looking at the wrong (i.e. the outer) scrollbar because there was no inner scrollbar visible.

You are right, that is confusing.

 
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