On Thu, 23 Sept 2021 at 00:59, Jean-Robert STRELE <jr(a)strele.ws> wrote:
Greetings from Colombia;
Somewhat new to this type of support, so please pardon any faux-pas.
I'm getting into programming and quite some time ago Geany was recommended
by some fellow programmers. I wrote HTML, YAML, Python, C++ with Geany.
Just started an intro to Programming class on Udacity. They are
recommending Atom, but I'd rather stick with Geany...
Now, in the NewFile pull down, there are a ton of options for defaults,
which I assume also add the auto-complete files.
I don't see file.css nor file.js in there. Looking in the web for "geany
been able to find instructions on how to get .css and .js and the
associated autocomplete to work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated...
Create an empty file, add content (optional), save with .css or .js
extension (or whatever extension), the filetype will be set to the right
type from the extension.
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