New version in first post.
There's something I wanted to have for a long time (unless already implemented): a keyboard shortcut to switch between script header and source. Is there one? If not may that be added?
Done. Use Ctrl+M to switch ('M' for Matching script or header).
This will be the last feature I'm gonna implement for this version that's not directly related to something I did. I want to just concentrate on fixing bugs from now on.
tzachs: I have been experimenting with docking to see two files side by side (.asc and .ash for example). It's really nice to be able to do that but I can only get one file in the second editor pane. Would you consider adding a feature to your version that would allow two multi-tab editor panes. That would be a great feature to have, IMHO.
This feature is already there!
Every pane can behave as a multi-tab pane if you drag more than one document to the middle of it.
The only difference is that the tabs are in the bottom and not on top.
See this image as a proof:
There's still one odd problem. If I use the filter in my plugin and I close and reopen the window, the filter appears as if it's there, but the grid displays all the lines. This is not what's happening in previous AGS. I couldn't find an obvious place in my code where I'll do that behavior, but obviously there is some kind of event chain that will. Are you sending any events when reopening and what is the difference here and with AGS 3.2.1?
Hmmm, it's very hard to tell. There's a Refresh called on the form that happens when you show it that I think wasn't there before, but I tried to remove it and it didn't seem to solve the issue.
Also, I don't call Show on the form, but on the DockContent which is implemented in the Docking Suite, I don't know how it works there.
When closing I just hide the form, which as far as I know is how it worked in previous versions...
Sounds like a resize problem, did you try to anchor the inner control instead of docking?
I didn't try cause I figured out the problem, it was docked as Bottom and not as Fill. It's now fixed.
I hear you, very annoying GUI stuff. I just think you'll need to at least open the script on double click even if you do expand. Maybe it's best if you get game developers to review this, I think they won't like the extra step required to reach the script.
Ok, feature added, the new version opens the script on double click while still expanding it.
And btw, I believe most of the people reading these threads are game developers..