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    Some newbie questions (file compare/ highlight strings/ …)

    Hi,
    I want to give Komodo IDE a chance to replace my Notepad++-editor
    So I've some questions:

    • Is there a german translation of Komodo IDE?
    • How can I realize the "CTRL+D"-feature of N++ in Komodo IDE?
      In N++ this keyboard combination copy the complete line under the cursor.
      And when I use SHIFT+CTRL+D so I can move a line or a marked codeblock by cursor keys completly.
    • When I mark/ highlight a string (word/ Perl-command/ ...) in N++ all occurrences of this string will be highlighted automatically. Is there such a feature in Komodo IDE too?
    • When I mark/ highlight a variable in Komodo IDE all occurrences of this variable will be underlined.
      Can I change this appearence? So that all variables will be highlighted, not underlined? The underlining is not so remarkably for me.
    • Can I use another tool for comparing files?
      In N++ I see both files side by side. And so I see all differences line by line. The notation in Komodo it's extremly confusing for me.
    • What means in Preferences -> Editor -> Smart Editing "Reposition 'caret' after tab"?
      I pressed the Tab-Key but nothing happens?!

    Sincerly
    Andy

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    Some newbie questions (file compare/ highlight strings/ …)

    Is there a german translation of Komodo IDE?

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    Some newbie questions (file compare/ highlight strings/ …)

    How can I realize the "CTRL+D"-feature of N++ in Komodo IDE?
    There's Editor: Duplicate Line/Selection Down/Up in Preferences - Key Bindings.

    akku:

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    Some newbie questions (file compare/ highlight strings/ …)

    You can move lines with Alt+Up/Down but it's not possible to move a selection this way - Komodo will move the whole line. I'm not sure there's a feature request for that. @nathanr @careyh?
    If you just want to move a selection you can always drag it with your mouse.

    Defman:

    When I mark/ highlight a string (word/ Perl-command/ ...) in N++ all occurrences of this string will be highlighted automatically. Is there such a feature in Komodo IDE too?
    AFAIK, no.
    You can use ctrl+d to select them, but not just to highlight them. Variable highlighting will sort of do this, but you already found that. You can finetune it from Prefs > Editor > Smart Editing > Variable highlighting. You can also highlight a word and press ctrl+f to search, this should also highlight all occurances of that word.

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