Frequentry Asked Questions

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Frequentry Asked Questions

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The settings in the Preferences "Document Types" are applied to new documents or documents created by other than Jedit Ω. To change the settings of the current editing documents, use the menu items of View or Format.
Also you need to sepecify the settings for each document type in the Preferences "Document Types." The settings for "rich text" are not applied to the "plain text" documents.
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For current editing document, select the menu Format>Text>Tab Width... Choose "point" at the unit menu. For new documents, Choose "point" unit for Tab Width in the Preferences>Document Types>Format.
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Place the mouse pointer on the "plain" button at the bottom of the editing window. Then the encoding and line-ending type will be displayed in the tool-tip. Or select the menu File>Show Document Info. You can see and change the encoding and line-ending type.
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Pressing the option key, select the menu File>Save As. The shortcut for Save As is option + shift + command + S.
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When Japanese custom word wrapping specified, one character width is secured for "burasagari" punctuations. The lines that are not end with a punctuation are wrapped at the 24 character position. Specify 26 character width for the document which lines are wrapped at the 25 character position.
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Jedit Ω tries to open the documents that were edited at the last run. When one of those documents was corrupted, Jedit Ω might freeze at the launch time. To avoid opening the last edited files, launch Jedit Ω with pressing the shift+option key. Still you encounter the freezing, try the next "Initialize Jedit Ω Preferences file."
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When Jedit Ω Preferences file was corrupted by some reason, you can revert it to the factory settings with following methods. If you can still launch Jedit Ω, press the button "Revert All Preferences to the Factory Settings" in the Preferences>General>Advanced. Or when you can't launch Jedit Ω any more, remove the Jedit Ω preferences file directly as follows.
· Quit Jedit Ω with the menu "Jedit Ω>Quit Jedit Ω."
· Stop iCloud System Preferences sharing in the System Preferences "iCloud>iCloud Drive>Options>System Preferences."
· Select Finder menu "Go>Go to Folder..." and open the folder ~/Library/Preferences/.
· Trash the file jp.co.artman21.JeditOmega.plist in the Preferences folder.
· Restart your Mac.
Then all the Jedit Ω preferences will be reverted to the factory settings.
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Change the line number display mode from "Row Number" to "Paragraph Number" in the menu "View>Show Line Number." When the row number mode is specified, the layout recalculation for the rest of the edition position is required for each key insertion and it makes the key response very slow.
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Set the option "Open with Jedit Ω when double clicking" in the Preferences "Save."
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Set the option "Smart copy/paste" to OFF in the Preferences "General>Edit."
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Jedit Original properties, such as cursor position, book mark info, header/footer info and others, are saved as the extended file attributes. If you edit documents with other than Jedit Ω, these peoperties will be lost. Also the extended file attributes are save as meta data on each machine. They have no portability among machines. The extended file attributes are lost when you open it on other machine.
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"Auto-Saving" is the NSDocument system function that is utilized by various applications including Jedit Ω or TextEdit. To cancel the auto-saved changes, check the option "Ask to keep changes when closing documents" in the System Preferences "General."
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Generally the editing response or the search speed of Jedit Ω is much faster than Jedit X. But if you are using PopClip, the editing response of Jedit Ω seems to be very slow. Assign Jedit Ω as an exclude application in the PopClip setting.
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