LOL, I was nervous about using that stereotype. Actively try to avoid sterotypes in every form but takes significant effort and sometimes I slip.
To be fair, perhaps a more abusive interetherwebnets was more the way things were in the past. I am guilty of many of the nasty behaviours myself however they are 99.9$ in the past by a margin of several years. Let us just say that when extreme personalities have initiated the abuse within a workplace context and a position of power / control not necessarily wielded with decent consideration for others, I was not backward in fighting fire with fire ... in fairness, often on behalf of users as I perceived myself, in a help desk role, to be the bridge between users and the 'level 2' geeks who were not necessarily the most humanly minded at the time. In other words, I was fighting the almost dictatorial to provide access to people who were not easily able to access a simple, easy online life.
As awareness of trolling, flaming, bullying and even "you're free to modify yourself" open source ignorance (majority of people have not the skills) have now become more widespread, the online world is sometimes more decent. That is a relief but yeah, the impact of the early domination of asocial types who just happened to have invested perhaps inordinate time building the interweb in the manner they saw fit, is not erased from my probably-subconcious memory.
Status:Infoand the change is reflected in the UI. I think what oyu might be missing, if that's not working for you, is that you're not clicking the
OKin the dialog that pops open with
Re themes, suspect my install is broken from any mistakes I have made trying to fix the default. See "stderr" etc, instead of a normal label.
Nevermind, clearly spending too much of everyone's time on this.
Take it easy
clearly spending too much of everyone's time on this.
@inspector71, No time wasted. I'm stoked you're interested in Komodo.
I THINK I see where you're doing wrong. On the left of that screenshot you still have
Editor selected in the dropdown menu at the tope. You need to select
Interface from that list. Then you'll see the
Status:* options near the bottom. Specifically:
Those are likely the ones causing you trouble. And again make sure you "Apply" and "Save" all changes before you close the window. It's unclear to me what exactly you've tried out of my advice so if you could say like "I did this this and this from your instructions and this happened" that would help.
WindowsError: [Error 123] The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect Mon Apr 26 2021 13:11:47
@th3coop nevermind. I cannot use Komodo. It is freezing (Not Responding) doing things as simple as select, Ctrl + V, right arrow.
Yep, just trying to move to the end of a line to paste something copied from the start of the line.
Do not want to disparage Komodo though as it is doubtless the very hard work of many and perfectly functional for others.
Here's my "favourite":
[2021-04-29 12:54:57,154] [INFO] Startup: Welcome to Komodo Edit 12.0.1 build 18441 (platform win32-x86, running on Windows post2012Server version 6.3.9600)
[2021-04-29 12:54:57,154] [INFO] Startup: C:\Program Files (x86)\ActiveState Komodo Edit 12\lib\mozilla\komodo.exe built on Tue Feb 11 04:14:27 2020
[2021-04-29 12:54:58,230] [WARNING] console-logger: mutating the [[Prototype]] of an object will cause your code to run very slowly;
I mean, that's immediately after startup and there's already a big warning Komodo has a built-in "will cause your code to run very slowly" issue.
font-sizeerror that keeps writing to the log) but FWIW: https://kopy.io/q07yu
I'm confused @inspector71 . If you didn't see that original
WindowsError error in the logs then where did you see it? Can you provide more context?
And yeah, you're probably right that your SFTP connection is causing issues with hanging. You could try using Tools menu > Publishing. It's a super handy feature. You can still do one off edits of a file through an SFTP connection but do the bulk of your work locally then "publish" changes as needed.