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skirby

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Complete word case insensitive and Dialog Units
« on: August 09, 2006, 02:00:21 pm »
Hello Pelle,

Do you think it would be possible to make the "Complete word" functionnality case insensitive?
I think it could be really good especially when you don't exactly know the word you are looking for (You don't know if it is in lower or Upper case).

Also, I think it should be great to edit and see dimesions and (x, y) position of controls in resources editor in Pixels.
It is more useful and naturel in my opinion.

I hope you will take in consideration my features

Thanks and have a nice day.

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Re: Complete word case insensitive and Dialog Units
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2006, 04:04:27 pm »
Quote from: "skirby"
Do you think it would be possible to make the "Complete word" functionnality case insensitive?

At least not an easy change, so I doubt it's worth the trouble...

Quote from: "skirby"

Also, I think it should be great to edit and see dimesions and (x, y) position of controls in resources editor in Pixels.

Useless IMO. No.
/Pelle

shantanu_gadgil

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Complete word case insensitive and Dialog Units
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2006, 08:11:23 pm »
Shouldn't "case sensitive" and "whole word" be independant ideas?
Also, I couldn't find the "whole word" option anywhere! :( :(

EDIT:
Stupid me!!!  :? :?
The question was about "completing" the word, as in intellisense. I thought it was about the "Search" operation in files. (CTRL+F) for text.
Now everything makes sense! :)

lamer

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Complete word case insensitive and Dialog Units
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2006, 11:57:03 am »
IMHO it may be very nice to use case-insensitive intellisence. I don't know how do you implement this feature, but it seems to be a list box. The LB_FINDSTRING message works case-insensitive (from MSDN):
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LB_FINDSTRING
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lParam
         Pointer to the null-terminated string that contains the string for wich to search. The search is case independent, so this string can contain any combination of uppercase and lowercase letters.
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Try to remember case for something like SHEnumerateUnreadMailAccounts  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

Regards