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Is there a user defined language for Notepad++

asked 2018-12-14 23:50:38 +0200

fbii gravatar image

I have been using notepad++ a long time for writing just about anything. Since I started using lOffice I thought maybe someone took the time (like a year or two) to make one up.

Also, there doesn't seem to be a "search" function on the 'ask LibreOffice' In order to search it appears that you have to formally 'ask' a question.

Also, in the reCAPTCHA box it asks the question in Arabic, Chinese, etc. So far I figured it out by looking at the picture. No flies on me Mate!

Three questions in one. Hope I didn't go overboard and get a reprimand.

thanks for reading fb

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answered 2018-12-15 00:44:10 +0200

Lupp gravatar image

(I didn't understand the question basically.)

The askbot is not exactly the appropriate software for something like a forum, imo.
However it supports search "just a bit": If you enter some keywords in the ask line - and wait a bit probably, you get shown matches if any. First of all you can click a tag like "calc" or "impress" to narrow the search.

If you are loooking for a well structured traditional forum with powerful search, you may try The similarity of LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffices still reaches far, and in that forum also threads specialising on LibO are accepted.

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Sorry, I didn't think before asking. Should have explained it better. But now I have another place to ask. fb

fbii gravatar imagefbii ( 2018-12-15 04:26:18 +0200 )edit
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