I downloaded and installed but I've only managed to get it to run
If I restart the PC I can open HTML-Kit but once closed it refuses to
I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium.
My guess is that something is slowing down closing of HTML-Kit to a
point where it times out. This shouldn't happen under normal conditions.
The last time I saw something like this, the computer was running
multiple malware scanners.
As a quick and temporary workaround, before reopening, go to the Windows
Task Manager and end hktools.exe tasks. Please don't do this soon after
exiting, but only before reopening, once a few minutes have passed.
Here's what's listed in task manager after HTML Kit Tools has been closed.
I'm not sure if you meant to have something here but is 292 also running
when this is happening?
A couple of other things I'd like to see as I've used 292 for so
long is this if possible:
• In HTML Kit 292, when navigating through the folder structure on
the right I can type in the first few letters of the folder to jump
to it and then hit enter to execute an open action.
I can then for example type in ".h" to jump to the .htaccess file if
I am in the root directory ot "tem" to jump to the templates folder.
So there are some differences but you can press a letter inside the
project window to jump to a file (or cycle through multiple files
starting with that letter).
You can then expand folders with the "+" key. Once a folder is expanded
though, you can more easily navigate using arrow keys:
Right - expand folder
Left - collapse folder
Up / Down - move up and down (pause at a file for a quick look)
Ctrl + Up / Down - scroll viewpoint without moving
Ctrl + Shift + Up / Down - drag items up and down
Home / End - move to the top or the bottom
• Another thing I'd like to see if possible is a command pane so I
can see that files are being uploaded, downloaded etc while I hit
CTRL+S or CTRL+U.
ARe both of these possible with Tools...?
Tools has two status indicators for this. A hint window shows up on the
top right hand corner. It'll show where a file is being saved and/or
uploaded. The other is a progress indicator on the status bar.
I second the idea of a CLI window, it would be useful to have a tool like git bash built in then I would'nt have to have it running in the background where I sometimes forget to start compass watching the project folder for changes.