[30 Builds] Day 22

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    HTML-Kit Support, 29th Aug 2013 11:59 pm

    TreeHouse build 20130811 posted.

    http://www.htmlkit.com/assistant/

    • Reworked preview resolution picker on "Preview" tab to make it easier
      to find and try out various options.

    • Speed optimizations related to document loading, tabs and widget windows.

    Chami

    • Dave P, 30th Aug 2013 8:09 am

      On 8/30/2013 12:59 AM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

      TreeHouse build 20130811 posted.

      http://www.htmlkit.com/assistant/

      • Reworked preview resolution picker on "Preview" tab to make it easier
        to find and try out various options.

      • Speed optimizations related to document loading, tabs and widget windows.

      Chami

      Hooray!! When I opened this version it kept my black theme!!!!

      The options on the preview resolution picker are much more friendly with
      the new layout, and the great big "X" is perfect.

      I have one profile where I always have 3 files that open with the
      program. That profile definitely opens faster now. And the actions bar
      seems to load more quickly.

      Dave

      • DesktopboB, 30th Aug 2013 5:44 pm

        Chami,
        First chance I've had to try any of the new builds.
        Will have to play some more for some of the features, but found the screen resolution changer works really, really, well. I like it a lot!

        Indicator with the flag and such looks keen and calls attention to the file being altered. Again, I like it!

        Tried the multiple selections, but it seems that the double clicking of the text doesn't always work.
        Example:
        I have Foo in many places in my document.
        I take the first Foo and double click with the cursor placed next to the "F" in Foo. This selects.
        Second instance doesn't want to select the text, but takes the space that precedes, Foo.
        Third try selects the Foo text.
        Then, with all three selections highlighted, I change the text, which puts the changed text in place of the two instances of Foo and also replaces the space before the second Foo.
        Tried this a number of times and seems the only workaround is to place the cursor directly on the first letter of Foo and then the double click will select each instance.
        Small point, and it may just be my quirky computer.

        Unfortunately, on my Windows 7 machine the 20130811 build did not remember my preferences and I was left with the usual blue theme, even though under the "Kit" settings, it said that the Dark Color Theme was active.
        Don't quite know what was up....installed over the last treehouse build prior to your herculean task of 30 in 30.

        Keep up the good work and eat some pizza...always need to keep up your strength...LOL!

        boB

        • HTML-Kit Support, 30th Aug 2013 6:04 pm

          On 8/30/2013 5:44 PM, DesktopboB wrote:

          Chami,
          First chance I've had to try any of the new builds.
          Will have to play some more for some of the features, but found the
          screen resolution changer works really, really, well. I like it a
          lot!

          Woohoo! I'm glad to hear that.

          Indicator with the flag and such looks keen and calls attention to
          the file being altered. Again, I like it!

          Great!

          Tried the multiple selections, but it seems that the double clicking
          of the text doesn't always work.
          Example:
          I have Foo in many places in my document.
          I take the first Foo and double click with the cursor placed next to
          the "F" in Foo. This selects.
          Second instance doesn't want to select the text, but takes the space
          that precedes, Foo.
          Third try selects the Foo text.
          Then, with all three selections highlighted, I change the text,
          which puts the changed text in place of the two instances of Foo and
          also replaces the space before the second Foo.
          Tried this a number of times and seems the only workaround is to
          place the cursor directly on the first letter of Foo and then the
          double click will select each instance.
          Small point, and it may just be my quirky computer.

          Maybe try this: instead of double clicking, hold the Ctrl key down and
          drag with the left mouse button to make selections.

          And if you don't need to replace a selection, you can even just hold
          Ctrl down and click a few places to insert text in multiple locations.

          Unfortunately, on my Windows 7 machine the 20130811 build did not
          remember my preferences and I was left with the usual blue theme,
          even though under the "Kit" settings, it said that the Dark Color
          Theme was active.
          Don't quite know what was up....installed over the last treehouse
          build prior to your herculean task of 30 in 30.

          For this to work, you need build 20130810 or later, and then the
          settings will be remembered in following updates. So since this is your
          first install of 20130810/20130811, your next update should keep your theme.

          Keep up the good work and eat some pizza...always need to keep up
          your strength...LOL!

          boB

          Ha ha! Actually been eating a lot of frozen burritos. Not the healthiest
          of diets but need the strength for eight more days :)

          Thanks for checking it out and the feedback.

          Chami

      • HTML-Kit Support, 30th Aug 2013 6:07 pm

        On 8/30/2013 8:09 AM, Dave Pyles wrote:

        On 8/30/2013 12:59 AM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

        TreeHouse build 20130811 posted.

        http://www.htmlkit.com/assistant/

        • Reworked preview resolution picker on "Preview" tab to make it easier
          to find and try out various options.

        • Speed optimizations related to document loading, tabs and widget
          windows.

        Chami

        Hooray!! When I opened this version it kept my black theme!!!!

        Ceeeelebraate good times, come on... :) That's great!

        The options on the preview resolution picker are much more friendly
        with the new layout, and the great big "X" is perfect.

        Good! If there are other resolutions that you tend to test, I can add
        them to the list.

        I have one profile where I always have 3 files that open with the
        program. That profile definitely opens faster now. And the actions
        bar seems to load more quickly.

        Dave

        Nice! All good news. Thanks Dave!

        Chami