It I set Message window / Position: Right
then there will be a big empty grey area on the screen (below the "Messages" label, a wide column).
Is it always present?
It would be great if it was eliminable.
I've been happily using Geany for a little while now, coding mostly in
Python. I have a couple questions:
1. For a dark color scheme, eg Vibrant Ink, how do i get the active
line to not be highlighted. White text + white highlighting =
invisible text on the line I'm trying to edit. Arrgh!
2. Any debugger advice for python? I am finding winpdb is pretty slow
and actually crashes on my machine a fair amount.
I'm on a windows 7 64 bit installation.
A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write,
if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself.
- Abraham Maslow
I'm using the geany text editor to run scripts on a linux server. I had it
setup so that I could send text to the terminal using keyboard shortcuts.
To get it to work I had to edit the geany config file so that
setsend_selection_unsafe=true. That way I don't have to press enter in the
terminal window every time I send a line of code. The shortcuts however no
longer work properly and that particular line of code is gone from the
geany config file. I'm not sure how to fix the problem.
Many thanks for your help.
an assembler-like compiler produces such error:
...mkl2mkp-0.30.exe -i timelapse_ctrl.mkl
MKP file timelapse_ctrl.mkl
timelapse_ctrl.mkl: 64: Error E011 The value of symbolic reference is not defined: SPLASH_
First page: 0
Length (pages): 2
But Geany catches just a status:
...\mkl2mkp-0.30.exe -i "timelapse_ctrl.mkl"
(in directory: C:\Temp)
Is it possible to do something?
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I've been using Geany for my python coding.
Now I started doing some things with Google's Go.
Sofar I got everything to work OK except for the code navigaton in the
If I understand it right that's done by using tag files but whatever I
try, it doesn't seem to work.
My OS is Linux Mint 17 (Ubuntu 14.04) and Geany is version 1.23.
It would be great if someone could point me in the right direction.