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Re: [StrongED] UserPrefs (Iyonix)

In message <5a6f433252.Iyonix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
          Ron <iyonix@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


> It appears you could use ModeList to store a custom mode inside of a
> UserPrefs.Modes.<mode>.Modefile so it would get used instead of the
> standard Modefile of the same name in !StrongED.Defaults.Modes.<mode>

No, a ModeFile in UserPrefs _always_ overrides a ModeFile in Defaults,
for the same mode. That is, UserPrefs.Modes.<Mode>.ModeFile always takes
precedence over Defaults.Modes.<Mode>.ModeFile

The ModeList allows you to keep different versions of a mode in the same
directory, with only one of them being actively used. For example, if a
mode directory has v1,v2,v3 inside it then specifying the following in
the ModeList file will cause the v2 copy to be used:


I hope that clears things up.



StrongED developer

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