Plugins folder

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    Martin, 17th Aug 2013 4:05 pm

    Hi,
    I changed my computer and forgot how it was possible to open a
    translation in the regular editor instead of the Localization Manager
    (besides from copy and paste).

    Can someone show me the obvious?

    Greetings
    Martin

    • HTML-Kit Support, 17th Aug 2013 4:47 pm

      On 8/17/2013 4:05 PM, Martin wrote:

      Hi,
      I changed my computer and forgot how it was possible to open a
      translation in the regular editor instead of the Localization
      Manager (besides from copy and paste).

      Can someone show me the obvious?

      Greetings
      Martin

      Hey Martin,

      Yes it's a little hidden :) but the trick is to create a special type of
      project for editing plugins under "File > Projects > Create plugin
      project." Plugins folder will then appear in the new project window.

      Chami

      • Martin, 17th Aug 2013 6:37 pm

        Thanks Chami,
        although I am not a quick as Gerard, there is now a German translation pending.

        Can you tell me how you would describe 'Select Next Markup' in other words?

        Greetings
        Martin

        • HTML-Kit Support, 17th Aug 2013 6:56 pm

          On 8/17/2013 6:37 PM, Martin wrote:

          Thanks Chami,
          although I am not a quick as Gerard, there is now a German
          translation pending.

          Yay! Thank you very much for the update.

          I've updated the plugins page:

          http://www.html-kit.com/tools/plugins/info/de/

          and should show up on HTML-Kit Tools newsfeed window next to the Help menu.

          Can you tell me how you would describe 'Select Next Markup' in other
          words?

          On second thought, maybe it should be renamed to "Select Next Attribute"
          Though it does more, this should explain the most common use for these
          Ctrl+] and Ctrl+[ shortcuts in current TreeHouse build.

          Greetings
          Martin

          Thanks again Martin.

          Chami

          • GerdaSt, 3rd May 2014 6:20 am

            Personally, I cannot download ANY plugins, the Install Plugins function always tells me something about a server malfunction after looking for plugins for a long time. (Much the same happens when I try looking for updates) At the same time, if I look manually, I do find plugins...

            Any ideas what may have gone wrong? looking hopeful

            • GerdaSt, 3rd May 2014 8:07 am

              To be exact, it says, "Load Error 7"

            • HTML-Kit Support, 5th May 2014 8:52 pm

              On 5/3/2014 6:20 AM, GerdaSt wrote:

              Personally, I cannot download ANY plugins, the Install Plugins
              function always tells me something about a server malfunction after
              looking for plugins for a long time. (Much the same happens when I
              try looking for updates) At the same time, if I look manually, I do
              find plugins...

              Any ideas what may have gone wrong? looking hopeful

              Hi,

              It sounds like HTML-Kit isn't able to access the internet... are you
              sure the firewall isn't blocking it?

              Chami