Scintilla / Scite tabs formatting mystery.
dale at riverhall.NOTHANKS.co.uk
Sun Jan 12 01:18:10 CET 2003
"Neil Hodgson" <nhodgson at bigpond.net.au> wrote:
> There is a global base style set in SciTEGlobal.properties called
>style.*. For any style, style number 32 is the default style and is used to
>calculate the width of a tab. Your problem is that you have style.*.32 and
>hence style.python.32 set to the default Verdana 10 pt and want to have all
>your text in the current monospace font, probably Courier New 10 pt. To set
>the default Python style:
> For a more global change, in the SciTEGlobal.properties file set
> The whole scheme is a hierarchy that tries to allow fonts to be easily
>changed globally but then be tweaked for particular styles.
> Why 32? Its historical and maybe spelling '32' as '*' would be more
Ah. The top man.
That's got the little bugger. Now everything looks organised again.
Thanks very much.
While you're there, how easy is it to modify the key-bindings? I'm
rather used to the way PythonWin does a few things.
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