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Re: Preview Makro 2.00

In message <587959aea7richard.ashbery@xxxxxxxxxx>
          Richard Ashbery <richard.ashbery@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> In article <72e4c07858.fjgraute@xxxxxxxxx>, Fred Graute
> <fjgraute@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Please give Makro 2.00 a try and report any bugs you find so that
> > they can be fixed before a formal release is made. Comments and
> > suggestions are also welcome, of course.
> It would be even better (perhaps) to be able to edit the slabs directly
> from the Makro window. Example select all lower slabs and then drag them
> down by a single slab. I think this would be quite challenging to do and
> may be of limited use to users. Nevertheless it would be interesting to
> hear your thoughts.

A further update is now available which has two menu entries added to
the main menu that allow a macro to be moved up/down. This should be
fine for moving the odd macro, but not for a major re-organisation
(that's best done by editing the macro set file directly).

Also included is a simple StrongED mode to edit Makro set files. To
install the mode simply drag the !StrongED in the archive over your copy
of StrongED.

The mode provides basic syntax highlighting and a single toolbar icon.
The toolbar icon will insert (on Select click) a newline after every 2
lines thus separating macro definitions. A click with Adjust removes the
extra newlines.



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