Cursor Indicator Disappears in Writing of CSS

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    Charles, 28th Jun 2012 10:41 am

    HTML-Kit Tools for Windows 20120605
    Windows 7 Home Premium Edition Version 6.1 (Build 7600), 64-bit/WOW64
    IE 9.0.8112.16421, COMCTL32 6.16, SHELL32 6.1.7600.25177, 50727
    1,334,360 KB out of 4,153,716 KB of physical memory available.
    .NET Framework 2.0.50727.4971 (r) / v2.0.50727 (clr) / 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2,
    3.5 SP1, 4.0 (i)
    Monitor: (0, 0, 1366, 768), 32 bpp

    Chami,
    My problem, which I shall explain, has been occurring in past releases
    and I cannot see how to change it.

    First of all I am using the Copenhagen Nights style which I really like.
    When I am working in an HTML document all is fine. However, when I
    open a blank document for the purpose of writing the CSS, the "pipe" to
    indicate cursor location disappears. I cannot figure out if this is
    something to do with the Copenhagen Nights or if it is related in some
    manner to Tools. The fact that it will appear in one type of document
    and not the other is compounding the puzzle. I might further explain
    that if I am working with CSS defined within the head tag, the cursor is
    present. I seems to me that the presence of the pipe is solely related
    to the fact that one is an HTML document and the disappearance is
    related to CSS.

    Is this fixable?

    Charles

    • HTML-Kit Support, 28th Jun 2012 7:52 pm

      On 6/28/2012 10:41 AM, Charles wrote:

      HTML-Kit Tools for Windows 20120605
      Windows 7 Home Premium Edition Version 6.1 (Build 7600), 64-bit/WOW64
      IE 9.0.8112.16421, COMCTL32 6.16, SHELL32 6.1.7600.25177, 50727
      1,334,360 KB out of 4,153,716 KB of physical memory available.
      .NET Framework 2.0.50727.4971 (r) / v2.0.50727 (clr) / 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2,
      3.5 SP1, 4.0 (i)
      Monitor: (0, 0, 1366, 768), 32 bpp

      Chami,
      My problem, which I shall explain, has been occurring in past releases
      and I cannot see how to change it.

      First of all I am using the Copenhagen Nights style which I really like.
      When I am working in an HTML document all is fine. However, when I open
      a blank document for the purpose of writing the CSS, the "pipe" to
      indicate cursor location disappears. I cannot figure out if this is
      something to do with the Copenhagen Nights or if it is related in some
      manner to Tools. The fact that it will appear in one type of document
      and not the other is compounding the puzzle. I might further explain
      that if I am working with CSS defined within the head tag, the cursor is
      present. I seems to me that the presence of the pipe is solely related
      to the fact that one is an HTML document and the disappearance is
      related to CSS.

      Is this fixable?

      Charles

      Hey Charles,

      I was able to reproduce this. I'll need to dig deeper to get to the root
      of it. Maybe this workaround will work in the meantime?

      http://www.htmlkit.com/view/#!/i/hkt-green-caret-1

      Thank you for reporting this.

      Chami

      • Charles, 28th Jun 2012 8:57 pm

        On 6/28/2012 8:52 PM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

        On 6/28/2012 10:41 AM, Charles wrote:

        HTML-Kit Tools for Windows 20120605
        Windows 7 Home Premium Edition Version 6.1 (Build 7600), 64-bit/WOW64
        IE 9.0.8112.16421, COMCTL32 6.16, SHELL32 6.1.7600.25177, 50727
        1,334,360 KB out of 4,153,716 KB of physical memory available.
        .NET Framework 2.0.50727.4971 (r) / v2.0.50727 (clr) / 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2,
        3.5 SP1, 4.0 (i)
        Monitor: (0, 0, 1366, 768), 32 bpp

        Chami,
        My problem, which I shall explain, has been occurring in past releases
        and I cannot see how to change it.

        First of all I am using the Copenhagen Nights style which I really like.
        When I am working in an HTML document all is fine. However, when I open
        a blank document for the purpose of writing the CSS, the "pipe" to
        indicate cursor location disappears. I cannot figure out if this is
        something to do with the Copenhagen Nights or if it is related in some
        manner to Tools. The fact that it will appear in one type of document
        and not the other is compounding the puzzle. I might further explain
        that if I am working with CSS defined within the head tag, the cursor is
        present. I seems to me that the presence of the pipe is solely related
        to the fact that one is an HTML document and the disappearance is
        related to CSS.

        Is this fixable?

        Charles

        Hey Charles,

        I was able to reproduce this. I'll need to dig deeper to get to the root
        of it. Maybe this workaround will work in the meantime?

        http://www.htmlkit.com/view/#!/i/hkt-green-caret-1

        Thank you for reporting this.

        Chami

        Thanks. Selection of a color of green or red is very visible in the
        Copenhagen Nights style. Strange that the default color of gray does
        not show on the black background as with HTML.

        Charles