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Is there a user defined language for Notepad++

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

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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

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(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 https://forum.openoffice.org/en. 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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