Automatic Invoke HTML tagReminder

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    Brianran, 10th Sep 2012 10:18 am

    Am I missing something? When you insert opening chevron, it invokes tagreminder.
    But if you move down without filling in any detail.
    I sometimes will not work, particularly if there is a pink block, however if you keep typing < it works.
    Is it still thinking about the earlier entry
    When teaching some people they all had the same problem.
    If there is no pink block it seems to work OK. What am I doing wrong

    • HTML-Kit Support, 11th Sep 2012 11:28 am

      Hi,

      On 9/10/2012 10:18 AM, Brianran wrote:

      Am I missing something? When you insert opening chevron, it invokes
      tagreminder.
      But if you move down without filling in any detail.
      I sometimes will not work, particularly if there is a pink block,
      however if you keep typing < it works.
      Is it still thinking about the earlier entry
      When teaching some people they all had the same problem.
      If there is no pink block it seems to work OK. What am I doing wrong

      A pink block is a maker that Tools shows next to the line number
      whenever a line is edited. That by itself doesn't affect the TagsReminder.

      If you type < and move down or up to another line, the TagsReminder
      would disappear as I think it should. If this is not what you mean,
      please post step-by-step instructions that I could use to reproduce what
      you're doing. If it's easier, you can also post the URL to a screenshot.

      Chami

      • Brianran, 11th Sep 2012 4:20 pm

        It is still a problem.
        No I don't move down, nothing appears and if I then place another Chevron the TagsReminder apears
        This is the same on my laptop if i use the same file as the other members of the group did.
        i am sending a screen copy via e-mail, showing that on first chevron nothing appears, placing a second one immediately after it causes the Tag Reminder to appear.
        CSS seems OK

        • HTML-Kit Support, 11th Sep 2012 4:38 pm

          On 9/11/2012 4:20 PM, Brianran wrote:

          It is still a problem.
          No I don't move down, nothing appears and if I then place another Chevron the TagsReminder apears
          This is the same on my laptop if i use the same file as the other members of the group did.
          i am sending a screen copy via e-mail, showing that on first chevron nothing appears, placing a second one immediately after it causes the Tag Reminder to appear.
          CSS seems OK

          I'll take a look at the screenshots.

          Does it work if you open "File > New > HTML5" and press < ?

          Chami

          • Brianran, 12th Sep 2012 3:14 am

            YES it does but if I open a div and then try and enter another < in the div, it will not work unless I press twice then you have the extra chevron to get rid of.
            In my opinion it mus be a problem because all the other members of the tutorial group had the same problem as they copied my code for practice.
            Hope this helps, have not had problem in past, but cant say when it started (version)

            • HTML-Kit Support, 12th Sep 2012 7:02 am

              On 9/12/2012 3:14 AM, Brianran wrote:

              YES it does but if I open a div and then try and enter another < in
              the div, it will not work unless I press twice then you have the
              extra chevron to get rid of.
              In my opinion it mus be a problem because all the other members of
              the tutorial group had the same problem as they copied my code for
              practice.
              Hope this helps, have not had problem in past, but cant say when it
              started (version)

              This should be fixed in 20120904 (current TreeHouse build) if you'd like
              to give it a try. If you do, please let me know how it does.

              Thank you again for your feedback.

              Chami

              • Brianran, 12th Sep 2012 9:14 am

                Well done to you and I Not bad for 78 year old teaching over 65's. ( 3rd Find)
                Tried it about 7 times in different places
                Thanks
                Brianran

                • HTML-Kit Support, 12th Sep 2012 12:26 pm

                  On 9/12/2012 9:14 AM, Brianran wrote:

                  Well done to you and I Not bad for 78 year old teaching over 65's. (
                  3rd Find)
                  Tried it about 7 times in different places
                  Thanks
                  Brianran

                  Nice! :)

                  Thank you very much for checking it out. So this will be in the next
                  general release.

                  Chami