jps wrote:* OSX: When editing files you don't have permission to edit, you'll be prompted for elevated privileges to save the file. This enables editing of /etc/hosts, for example.
jps wrote:Dev Build 2147 is out now. Some of the changes are:
* Hexadecimal encoding. Files may be opened as hex, which allows editing binary files in a meaning manner. While this does enable editing binary files, it's not a hex editing mode per-se, and I'm not planning on adding any further functionality here. It exists so binary files, when opened as a preview by Goto Anything, are displayed in a reasonable manner. It also reduces font glyph rasterisation load, which binary files used to cause, so you'll no longer get a hitch when previewing binary files.
facelessuser wrote:I almost thought you made my hex editor plugin obsolete (which is fine by me ), but it looks like my plugin still provides some useful advantages, but this default hex encoding may prove useful for me to tap into. Thanks.
facelessuser wrote:You also tweaked minimap and made my day .
Edit: Not as I originally thought . Opened a bigger file and still click goes to proportional position. I think I jumped the gun on this.
jps wrote:bizoo: I agree it'd be nice, but it's not something I'm planning on adding, because to do it properly is a fair amount of work, and the work could be better placed elsewhere.
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