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Fixed: ClearEdit: Disable Animations?

Posted: 14 Aug 2006 02:41
by helloworld_dot_c
Finally a worthy replacement for notepad!

Just one thing: I am certain you are proud of the animated menus and context-sensitive popup windows. I am an ignorant user who just happens to run everything with minimal delay/maximum speed and I would like to turn them off, but couldn't find an option for it. Is there an undocumented way? Do you consider adding such an option?

Thanks,

~helloworld.c

Re: ClearEdit: Disable Animations?

Posted: 14 Aug 2006 15:07
by Maël
helloworld_dot_c wrote:Finally a worthy replacement for notepad!

Just one thing: I am certain you are proud of the animated menus and context-sensitive popup windows. I am an ignorant user who just happens to run everything with minimal delay/maximum speed and I would like to turn them off, but couldn't find an option for it. Is there an undocumented way? Do you consider adding such an option?
It just behaves like a normal Windows menu. I.e. if in your system settings you have enabled menu animation then you will see it, if it is disabled you shouldn't see any animation. Just like a standard Windows app.

Re: ClearEdit: Disable Animations?

Posted: 15 Aug 2006 19:33
by helloworld_dot_c
It just behaves like a normal Windows menu. I.e. if in your system settings you have enabled menu animation then you will see it, if it is disabled you shouldn't see any animation. Just like a standard Windows app.
Positively not on my system (US-English Windows 2000, SP4, all patches). All animations are turned off and ClearEdit is the only program that still animates it's menus. No other application does it (including HxD).

Thanks,

~helloworld.c

Posted: 15 Aug 2006 20:24
by Maël
Hm, HxD and ClearEdit use the same components...

My dev version is more recent but only in German (will be released soon):
http://mh-nexus.de/downloads/ClearEdit.zip

Can you confirm it works with this version?

Thanks.

Posted: 16 Aug 2006 02:48
by helloworld_dot_c
My dev version is more recent but only in German (will be released soon):
Can you confirm it works with this version?
Indeed, this version behaves normally, as expected. Funny, ain't it?

Thanks,

~helloworld.c

Posted: 16 Aug 2006 06:19
by Maël
Good, probably a fix in the toolbar component I didn't notice (toolbar component is mainly third party code).