wiki:Features/VisualEditorEffects

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Description

Under this title we have sever features.

  • Line Numbers
  • Code Folding
  • Current Line
  • Right Margin
  • Newlines
  • Whitespaces
  • Indentation Guide

Test

Whites spaces

View -> Show Whitespaces by enabling white spaces pare will put a dot each time you click on the "Space" button. also white spaces will show you an arrow each time you click on the "Tab" button.

Indentation Guide

View -> Show Indentation Guide. by enabling it you will see a vertical lines that will show you where a block starts and ends.

Right Margin

  1. Start padre.
  2. Write a script or open perl module.
  3. Enable Right Margin View -> Show Right Margin.
  4. Go to the Advanced Preferences editor via 'Tools/Preferences/Advanced?'.
  5. In the 'Filter' type "right_margin_column" and click on the item 'editor_right_margin_column'
  6. At the bottom of the screen you will see the details of this option
  7. The default is "80" change the value to "150" than press "Set" and than press "Save". you will see that the right margin mark has moved to the right.
  8. Now go back to the Advanced Preferences Editor select the editor_right_margin_column again and press "Reset" and than press "Save".
  9. Now it should go back to default (value = 80), middle of the screen.
Who SVN revision Padre version system status
fenderson r13977 v0.84 Ubuntu 10.10 success

Current Line

First Option

  1. Start padre.
  2. Write a script or open perl module.
  3. Enable Current Line View -> Show Current Line.
  4. Go to Tools -> Preferences.
  5. On the left side you'll have a list of options, go to "Appearance".
  6. There you'll have "Editor Current Line Background Colour" and on the right you can pick the new colour you want, pick a colour(yellow is the default) than Press the "Ok" button and than Press the "Save" button.

Second Option

See #1150

  1. Start padre.
  2. Write a script or open perl module.
  3. Enable Right Margin View -> Show Current Line.
  4. Go to Tools -> Preferences.
  5. There are 3 buttons at the bottom "Save", "Advanced" and "Cancel". Press the "Advanced" button.
  6. Write down on the filter's search box "editor_currentline_colour" and press it.
  7. than you can change the value(= colour of the "Current Line) to "#FF0000" (Red).
  8. than Press the button "Set" and after that Press the Button "Save" on the bottom.
Who SVN revision Padre version system status
fenderson r13977 v0.84 Ubuntu 10.10 success

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