(Windows) unable to release Ctrl+Alt+J hotkey for usage
Submitted by Wednesday, 24 May, 2017 - 19:21
Ctrl+Alt+J is bound to start jEdit when it is installed (which was pretty surprise by itself and was discovered accidentally). I need this combination for another program, so I went to "Start jEdit" shortcut's properties and reset the "Shortcut key" property to a blank value.
However, the hotkey still remains bound to starting jEdit (which happens when I press the keys), although the property of a shortcut is displayed as a blank value.
How can I get rid of it?
Windows 7 Install problem: The installer will now try to quit a running instance of jEdit, when there is no running instance..
Submitted by Tuesday, 4 July, 2017 - 23:04
I have been running jEdit 5.3 for about a 1.5 years with no significant problem. On 2017-07-03 I used it and it worked fine. On 2017-07-04, It would not start. jedit and javaw exe's were created, but jEdit window would not display. I uninstalled version 5.3 and tried to install version 5.4 and got this error:
The installer will now try to quit a running instance of jEdit.
Please save your work and exit jEdit for the installation to continue.
The installer hangs up at this point.
I did not have a running instance, but the installer thought that I had one. I am guessing that something went wrong with jEdit when I shutdown on the 3rd. Does anyone know how to tell windows 7 to get rid of this phantom instance of jEdit. I am using a backup version of jEdit 4.5.2 for the time being. So, I can continue with my work. I am guessing that this phantom instance also caused the jEdit 5.3 startup problem that I had before the uninstall.
When will jEdit be cleared to use Java 9?
Submitted by Thursday, 18 January, 2018 - 15:06
I cannot use jEdit with Java 9. I am running a Windows 10 x64-x86 box. When I click on any shortcuts that start the jEdit.exe program I get a message stating that i need a Java 1.8.x JRE and then am sent to a java Website to download the appropriate JRE. How do I inform the jEdit.exe program tjat java 9 is a valid java installation? Failing that, when can I expect to see a version of jEdit compatible with Java 9? Remember, Java 8 is officially unsupported as of October 2018. I do not look forward to creating form my own use some sort of script to run on a Windows 10 box to emulate the jEdit.exe program.
Highlight Plugin: What does the "Highlight overview" setting do?
Submitted by Friday, 18 May, 2018 - 10:27
The option settings for the "Highlight Plugin" named "Highlight Overview". What exactly is controlled with these settings?