b30 Another cosmetic issue

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b30 Another cosmetic issue

Postby JoeKoomen2011 » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:22 pm

In the script editor windows for SuperEdit, selected text gets highlighted properly, but if you Select All (Command - A) the text does not get highlighted. The text is being selected since the copy and cut commands work. Note - This is only an issue in SuperEdit, not in SuperCard.
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Re: b30 Another cosmetic issue

Postby codegreen » Fri Dec 29, 2017 8:19 am

I'm not seeing that here...

What OS, how big is your screen, how much stuff is in the script, etc?

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Re: b30 Another cosmetic issue

Postby Mike » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:48 am

Seeing this here as well... the selection is not appearing in the visible portion of the script editor window (but if you do something to refresh the window (such as dragging it or scrolling the selection highlight then appears). iMac 21.5" (mid 2011). 1920 x 1080. macOS 10.13.2. Script length doesn't seem to make any difference.
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Re: b30 Another cosmetic issue

Postby JoeKoomen2011 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:53 am

OS 10.8.5 on a MacBook Pro (screen size is 1440 x 900 although my scripting windows are never that big). The scripts themselves are short. I only discovered this because I wanted to copy a small script from one project to another one. It is happening in in more than one project. I also noticed that if I make a small selection (a few words) and do Select All, the selected copy stays highlighted, but all the script is selected because if I click and drag (to do a drag and drop) I can see a selection box the size of the whole script.

I can do a screen video if you need.
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