Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

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Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby Karlis » Sun Nov 22, 2009 11:33 pm

Here are the changes:

+ Improved: Uninstaller now allows to keep settings, this will prevent most my-settings-lost situations in the future
+ Improved: Installer no more overwrites your layouts unless it is absolutely necessary
+ Fixed: Problem with find toolbar findbox
+ Fixed: Problem with tab-size resetting
+ Updated: German translation
+ Fixed: Options - Configure browsers does not work
+ Fixed: Timestamp code causes scroll on save
+ Added: Publish window - popup menu option - Mark selected as published
+ IMPORTANT changes to ensure consistency with major editors/ides:
Changed: Ctrl+L now deletes curent or selected line(s) (and puts them into clipboard)
Changed: Shift+Ctrl+L now deletes current line (without placing it in clipboard)
Changed: Ctrl+Y now acts as Redo (duplicates Shift+Ctrl+Z)
+ Fixed: Multi monitor problem with hints
+ Fixed: Ctrl+J does not respect tabs
+ Updated: Dockable windows now work smooth on Windows Vista and 7
+ Fixed: Multiple spelling errors
+ Fixed: A/V error on capitalize if cursor inside tag, no selection
+ Fixed: Find next now honors Wrap option
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby x3po » Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:09 pm

Karlis wrote:Here are the changes:
Changed: Ctrl+Y now acts as Redo (duplicates Shift+Ctrl+Z)


Is there a way to disable that? I got used to ctrl+y for the "delete line"-command, and i really love that shortcut!
i already searched in the keyboard.ini-file to reset that command, but haven't found it there, also not in the shortcuts menu.
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby notuo » Thu Nov 26, 2009 6:22 pm

Karlis, Gatis.

I just installed this version (from the links in my email and from the page itself) and rapidphp keeps saying is version 118 not 119.
Also if I check for an update, tells me there is an update.

I tried the Ctrl-Y and is working, so maybe the version number is not the correct.

Can you verify this please?
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby Karlis » Thu Nov 26, 2009 10:44 pm

There was an error with Rapid PHP delployment. Now everything is settled.
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby AlmightyMax » Thu Feb 18, 2010 7:47 am

When will the new version?
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby Elygen » Mon Feb 22, 2010 4:42 pm

I'm guessing this is the greatest release of webuilder to date. I check every day for an update and nothing since november!

Good work guys!
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby Karlis » Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:02 am

Please be patient, the next one will be a bigger free update, maybe there will be even a beta because we are not sure we have not broken anything, a lot of changes have been made. Mainly we are working on search performance issues and some bugs.
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Re: Update: 2010 v10.1.0.119

Postby Elygen » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:28 pm

This is a stupid bug but a bug nonetheless. When doing shift-tab when creating an ftp site some of the elements in the dialog box disappear. If you rollover them they reappear. It still works but it just quirky.
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