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WinEdt 8.2 is a powerful and versatile text editor for Windows with a strong predisposition towards the creation of LaTeX documents... WinEdt Special text editors is used as a front-end for compilers and typesetting systems, such as TeX, HTML or NSIS. WinEdt`s highlighting schemes can be customized for different modes and its spell checking functionality supports multilingual setups, with dictionaries (word lists) for many languages available for downloading from WinEdt`s Community Site www.winedt.org. Contributions are welcome! Although reasonably suitable as an all-purpose text editor, WinEdt has been specifically designed and configured to integrate seamlessly with a TeX System (such as MiKTeX or TeX Live). However, WinEdt`s documentation does not cover TeX-related topics in depth; you`ll find introductions and manuals on typesetting with TeX, as well as links to other recommended accessories, on TeX`s Community Site (TUG).
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What is new in 8.2 changeinfo log

- WinEdt now resizes its GUI controls depending on the screen resolution (it is "truly" dpi-aware). This has become an issue with (increasingly common) Ultra HD screens featuring resolutions 192dpi (or more) on which default toolbar buttons and TeX Symbols look much too small and impossible to read. Settings in [TOOLBAR] section have been modified to allow dpi-awareness: // If specified as zero then WinEdt determines the actual size depending on // your screen resolution... // Default dpi-dependent values are: // // 32x28 120dpi or less // 36x32 121dpi -- 143dpi // 44x38 144dpi -- 191dpi // 56x48 192dpi -- 239dpi // 64x56 240dpi or more DEFAULT_BUTTON_WIDTH=0 // You can make buttons wider DEFAULT_BUTTON_HEIGHT=0 // and higher... // If you specify a custom image size (other than 16x16) then WinEdt will // stretch the original image to the specified size unless a properly sized // png image is found in directory BitmapsImages_(width x height). // Stretched images are usually of poor quality while making a quality set // of images at different size is a laborious process. The choice is yours... // If you create large or medium set of images (eg. 32x32 and 24x24) let us know // and they will be included in defaults (you only need to prepare an alternative // for images that are actually used in toolbar)! // If specified as zero then WinEdt determines the actual size depending on // your screen resolution... // Default dpi-dependent values are: // // 16x16 120dpi or less // 20x20 121dpi -- 143dpi // 24x24 144dpi -- 191dpi // 32x32 192dpi or more IMAGE_WIDTH=0 IMAGE_HEIGHT=0 Image size in [MAIN_MENU] // If specified as zero then WinEdt determines the actual size depending on // your screen resolution... // Default dpi-dependent values are: // // 16x16 139dpi or less // 20x20 140dpi -- 179dpi // 24x24 180dpi -- 239dpi // 32x32 240dpi or more IMAGE_WIDTH=0 IMAGE_HEIGHT=0 PNG Images in sizes 20x20, 24x24 and 32x32 are available in appropriate folders inside Bitmaps folder. They have been processed from 16x16 originals by a free "FastStone Photo Resizer" which does a better job that WinEdt's default "stretching" algorithm. High quality larger images would have to be created from scratch but that is time consuming and beyond my graphic design skills... On Windows 8.1 you may also consider disabling the option "Custom Menu Drawing" in Preferences| Appearance Dialog. While this will slightly increase the startup time and resource consumption it will make WinEdt menus look the same as those in other applications. This option is also available in the MAIN_MENU section of the Options Interface: CUSTOM_MENU_DRAWING=0... - New properties in [GUI_PAGE_CONTROL] allow users to scale TeX Symbols: // Specify how buttons and images should be scaled: // If zero then WinEdt determines the actual value // depending on your screen resolution (recommended)! // Default settings provide bitmap images scaled at // 125% (Gui125 buttons at 100%) and 200% (Gui200 buttons at 150%). // Other values will not look quite as sharp because bitmaps do not scale well! // ... unless you create a set of images that were scaled as vector // graphics by Adobe Reader at magnification of your choice... // // NOTE: 96 dpi is default resolution at Windows 100% magnification. // // Reasonable values (IMAGES and BUTTONS): // ======================================= // // Small: 100% 80% (default at dpi less than 120 - scaled down from 125%) // Normal: 125% 100% (default at dpi 120-143 - Gui125 folder) // Large: 150% 120% (default at dpi 144-191 - scaled down from 200%) // Huge: 200% 150% (default at dpi 192 or more -- Gui200 folder) SCALED_IMAGES=0 SCALED_BUTTONS=0 For compatibility with older version the old Gui folder is also included with images *exactly* as they were before... Default bitmap specifications for TeX Symbols no longer include path since the actual bitmap folder depends on the magnification (%b or %BBitmapsGUIxxx). You can specify full path if you don't care about scaling... - New property in [FORMS] section allows one to specify dpi-aware dimensions: // Dimensions refer to the current display dpi DEFAULT_DPI=0 If you specify zero then dimensions (such as LEFT_PANEL_WIDTH) refer to your current dpi and they are applied without any scaling (like before) otherwise they are scaled by a factor Current_dpi/DEFAULT_DPI... - For compliance with dpi-awareness WinEdt now resizes bookmarks and folding nodes accordingly (depending on the size of the current document font). They are rendered using vector graphics to avoid scaling of bitmaps which tend to look bad when resized. - To implement these changes the BOOKMARKS section has been revised and some properties have been removed as they are no longer relevant. A new property is used to control the color of the "current bookmark": ARROW_COLOR="bscBookmarkArrow" The actual (theme-dependent) RGB value is assigned to bscBookmarkArrow in the new section [COLORS] where such colors are now maintained... - New custom event handlers: // Mouse Click Event Handlers (executed after the default built-in response) ON_DOC_CLICK="%bMacrosEventsDocClick.edt" ON_DOC_DOUBLE_CLICK="%bMacrosEventsDocDoubleClick.edt" ON_DOC_TRIPLE_CLICK="%bMacrosEventsDocTripleClick.edt" Since WinEdt already provides default (standard) response to mouse events custom events should be used with some caution so as not to interfere with the default functionality. As an example the default settings provide an event handler for mouse clicking on the current bookmark which initiates Forward PDF Search (with your pdf viewer such as SumatraPDF or Adobe). The macro contains plenty of comments to guide you with further customizations. Event handlers are available through the Advanced Section of the Options Interface... - Options interface provides a link to new mouse event handlers as well as a new (Advanced) branch for those that need to customize execution modes (eg. adding extra console applications to be executed through WinEdt). - Default Tree and Gather now include beamer frames in its TeX TOC Branch or Page, respectively... - Predefined toolbars can now be chosen from Options -> Toolbar menu. - New macros: GetLastClickArea(Reg: -11..9); Return value depends on the position of mouse cursor: -1 - undefined 0 = text area 1 = folding margin 2 = line number 3 = bookmark area 4 = current bookmark This macro can be useful in new Document Click event handlers. GetScreenDPI(Reg: -11..9, Vertical: 0..1); Returns horizontal or vertical resolution of the current display. Usually they are the same, eg: 96dpi at Windows 100% magnification 120dpi at 125% 144dpi at 150% 192dpi at 200% etc... GetHighContrast(Reg: -11..9); returns 1 if High Contrast Scheme is in effect GetConsoleSize(Reg: -11..9, Columns: 0..1); It can be used to obtain the number of lines or columns in WinEdt's Console (depending on its current font and window size)... - Macro Paste now has an extra parameter Sel: 0..15. Non-zero value indicates that pasted text should be highlighted in specified selection mode... - Backup and Autosaving in default settings uses a special folder "%!b\_history\%u\%n%t.bak" where it can place such files (out of sight, out of mind until you need them). Backup and Auto-save files (if they exist) are available through the Documents Menu. Furthermore, backup now allows you to maintain up-to-nine versions of file history in the same folder as specified for backup file. This way one can maintain recent file history without cluttering the source directory with such files. This functionality can be re-configured through the Options Interface or Preferences Dialog. - New macro related to backup and archiving: ArchiveFile("Filename","Destination", History: -3..9); Filename: a file that is to be archived (usually the current document "%f") Destination: The name of the archived file. Uses the same format as backup. eg. "%!b\_history\%u\%n%t.arch" - If destination folder is the same as backup specify only extension, eg. ".arc" - Empty string creates a backup History: -3: ignore history and perform a file copy -2: use the same HISTORY value as backup settings -1: no history (note: existing history files will be erased) otherwise maintain history archive files ~0.arc .. ~9.arc (note: archived history files exceeding this value will be erased) If a document is modified this macro does NOT perform a save. This feature allows one to archive the currently saved version of a (possibly modified) document (just in case:-)... - New Variables: %!L - total number of lines in current document %!N - Main file Name (or empty String) %!T - Main file Type (or empty String) %!e - Current document encoding string %!E - Main file encoding string %-0..%-9 Temporary registers in macros or captions: eg. LetReg(-1,'test');Prompt('%-1'); or CAPTION="%[!|GetDate(-10,'ddd d-mmm-yyyy');|]%-0" - All macros that return values in registers now consistently allow specifications #-11..9 for registers (instead of #0..9 or sometimes #-1..9). -11 means that the return value is discarded -10 stores it in temporary register %-0 -9 stores it in temporary register %-9 ... -1 stores it in temporary register %-1 0 stores it in register %!0 (like before) ... 9 stores it in register %!9 (like before) "Negative" registers do not use Push and Pop and they (especially %-0) should only be used immediately after a call to a function that stored its result there (because they can be messed up by event handlers or other macros). This is particularly useful in CAPTION specification (tree, gather or status line). That's why temporary registers %-0..%-9 have been introduced. Negative registers can also come handy in sophisticated macro scripts (that are running out of internal registers). This extension does not affect compatibility of existing macro scripts in any way... - Status Line has been completely redefined in order to allow user-customizable panels in arbitrary order. See Status Bar configuration section in Options Interface for new settings (with plenty of comments to guide you). Any customizations will have to be performed from scratch... Old settings cannot be loaded in the new version of WinEdt. New default settings now include a panel that displays document encoding (UTF-8, ACP, OEM, etc...). Time and Date Panels in Status Line have been removed (limited space should be dedicated to document and WinEdt-specific information). It is possible to define custom panels that display Time or Date (or anything else) should one really want such "stuff" in the status line: PANEL="Date" // Custom Panel for Date (not used in defaults) VISIBLE=1 FIXED_WIDTH=1 MIN_WIDTH="Wed 22-MAR-2222" CAPTION="%[!|GetDate(-10,!'ddd d-mmm-yyyy');|]%-0" MACRO="[SetSel(0);GetDate(-9,!'dddd, mmmm d, yyyy h:nn am/pm');"+ "BeginGroup;InsText('%-9');EndGroup;]" END="Date" New macros to manipulate Status Line Panels: SetPanelVisible("Name", Visible: -1..1); SetPanelFixedWidth("Name", Fixed: -1..1); SetPanelMinString("Name", "String"); SetPanelMacro("Name", "Macro"); SetPanelCaption("Name", "Caption"); SetPanelColor("Name", "Color"); SetPanelAltColor("Name", "Color"); GetPanel("Name", Property: 0..10, Reg: -11..9); Panel Property that is stored in the specified register: 0 - Panel Index 1 - Visible 0/1 2 - Fixed Width 0/1 3 - Default String Width 4 - On Click Macro Event Handler 5 - CAPTION 6 - Text Color 7 - Alternative Text Color 8 - Current Text Color RGB 9 - Current Caption 10 - Current Width in Pixels Old macro functions are no longer available (the above macros can do everything and more): SetTimeVisible SetDateVisible SetInfoVisible SetInfo SetPanelA SetPanelB - A few obsolete properties (such as custom colors) have been removed from Document Tabs options (they were either ignored or did not work properly on newer version of Windows, anyway)... - Both Status Line and Document Tabs now allow properties with positive or negative values (within certain constraints): EXTRA_TEXT_SIZE=0 EXTRA_HEIGHT=0 Old property FONT_SIZE has been replaced with EXTRA_TEXT_SIZE since it did not properly translate to different resolutions. Making text larger or smaller is more intuitive than specifying fixed absolute values... - WinEdt now allows "standard" #RRGGBB HEX specification for custom colors in its configuration files and macros (like HTML). The old HEX value ($BBGGRR) is still legitimate. A simple RegEx replacements can be used to convert old custom specification to the new one for those that feel strongly about it: Search for: RGB="$(0??)(1??)(2??)" Replace with: RGB="#21" - More on Colors: A new configuration section [COLORS] has been introduced to manage all System and RGB colors for theme-sensitive text and background properties. It allows a definition of color schemes that automatically redefine RGB colors depending on Windows and Text colors. This way WinEdt can automatically adjust its highlighting to Windows High Contrast schemes, etc... Color Index referred to colors specified in [COLOR_GRID] section no longer exist. All colors now are RGB colors of the form #RRGGBB. All sections that used such specifications have been modified accordingly. - New macros: GetColorRGB(Reg: -11..9,"Color"); Converts color specification into #RGB value. Recognises colors defined in the [COLORS] section. GetColorName(Reg: -11..9, 'Color','RGB_'); Replaces the color with the first named color with the same RGB value and the beginning of its name matching the specified string (eg. RGB_ or cl)... The following macros have been removed: GetColorIndex(#-11..9,""); GetRGBGrid(#-11..9); GetSelections(#-11..9); SetDefColors; HighlightingDialog; - By "popular" request Filetype Associations Dialog now again allows specification of WinEdt command line switches (like -V or -0 to prevent re-opening of the project files when WinEdt is started by double-clicking on an associate file). - A few minor optimizations for Windows 8.1 have been implemented in this version... - Auto-completion (a work in progress) will not be ready for WinEdt 8.2. The next version will (hopefully) feature new (customizable) functionality regarding auto-completion... ------------------------------------------------------------------ WinEdt 8 [Build 20131031 (v. 8.1)] ================================== - WinEdt is now DPI Aware and it is properly scaled on resolutions other than 96dpi. Previously WinEdt was "blurry" on higher resolutions unless "Windows XP style scaling" was enabled. However, this option is no longer available on Windows 8.1 and it was essential to make WinEdt aware of custom DPI settings or else it looked (really) bad... - WinEdt is now compatible with High Contrast Schemes that can be enabled through Windows Control Panel. All Windows theme elements (including Window background and text color) adjust automatically to such a scheme. Furthermore, when dark high contrast theme is enabled WinEdt's highlighting is limited to Font Attributes only. Details can be adjusted through Preferences Dialog| Appearance or through Highlighting Sections of Options interface (should one want to enable highlighting and manually adjust colors to match the selected high contrast scheme)... - New Property HIGH_CONTRAST_AWARE=0/1 in [HIGHLIGHTING_EFFECTS] configuration section: When enabled, WinEdt automatically reduces its highlighting to font attributes and disables environment background highlighting when a black high contrast scheme is detected. This prevents text to be rendered invisible or poorly visible on dark background. - A new Dark Background scheme is now defined in BackgroundScehems.ini. It can be enabled by users that prefer black background. A few default Highlighting settings have been adjusted to make this possible... - Some properties in [BACKGROUND_SCHEMES] now allow value 3 for background color mode in order to make the default settings more flexible to non-standard window background or high contrast Windows schemes. The new value 3 is interpreted as follows: Use the specified RGB if the window background is white or else automatically adjust the color relative to the background. Help explains the details... - WinEdt no longer inserts BOM when an empty UTF-8 file is opened. This was an undesired behavior/ bug in previous versions. - WinEdt now tolerates/ ignores BOM in its ini and edt scripts. They must be in UTF-8 (or plain ASCII) format (as before). - The dialog that displays bibliography items (eg. after active string cite{}) or labels (eg. after active string
ef{}) now contains a button "Filter Items". This allows you to type a string and filter out items that do not contain this string. This could make navigating large bib data bases or projects easier. Shortcut F7 inside the interface triggers the same action as pressing the Filter Items button. Popup menu (right-click on this button) contains extra options for "Case Sensitive" and "Regular Expression" search that could make this functionality even more powerful for advanced users. Furthermore, an extended form of this dialog (eg. long bib items) and a short one (used to display labels) now maintain different dimensions after they are resized by the user. Previously the user was facing a choice of making them too large for short items or too small for extended items. Parameters to GDIPopup macro function that displays this dialog did not change. A typical use is something like: GDIPopup('Bib','Bibliography Items',1,1,0,1,0,'','',0,0,1,1,','); - New 0/1 property for [WRAPPING] configuration section: // Right Margin Constraint when FIXED_RIGHT_MARGIN=0 // When set to 1 the fixed right margin is used // as long as the window is large enough // This property is ignored when fixed right margin is enabled! CONSTRAINED_RIGHT_MARGIN=0 This makes it possible to use "fixed right margin" in softly wrapped documents as long as the window is wide enough and then reformat the text if the window is too small to accommodate the fixed right margin value... This property is also available in the Preferences| Wrapping Dialog (together with other soft wrapping properties). - New Property DELAY=0/1 for Active Strings. When enabled the active string is only activated after an extra character has been typed. This makes it possible for the event handler macro to decide what to do depending on an extra character following the active string (which is stored in temporary register %?). Furthermore, the set filter: AFTER=1 END_FILTER="~Alpha" can be used to make sure that the string is only activated if the following character belongs to particular set and thus avoid unwanted activations... - New macro function that returns type of a unicode character at position ind in a zero-based string: GetChrCat(reg: 0..9, ind: #0, "String"); Result: 0 - lowercase (Alpha) 1 - uppercase (Alpha) 2 - Numeric 3 - Other 4 - index is past the end of the string - New macro function that simulates keyboard input: SendKeyInput(Key: 0..255, Event: 0..2); This can be used to manipulate applications in the foreground (including WinEdt) to act as if the specified key was pressed by the user. - New macro function that wraps selected text to the specified left and right margin. In Soft Wrapping mode the text is formatted with hard returns which a few users considered an "essential" feature. WrapSelectedText(Left_Margin: -1..99, Right_Margin: -1..9999); If Left Margin is negative then it is automatically determined to equal the smallest indentation in the selected block. If Right Margin is negative then the ordinary right margin (possibly adjusted to the screen width in soft mode) applies. The value 0 uses the default fixed right margin (as specified in the Preferences| Wrapping Dialog). Otherwise the text is wrapped to the specified right margin value. An interface to this macro has been added to the Edit -> Format menu: Wrap Paragraph. The function FormatParagraph can be used to undo the wrapping in Soft Mode and remove the hard returns. - New parameter indent for: GoToBeginningOfLine(indent: 0..2); SelToBeginningOfLine(indent: 0..2); 0 - go to column 1 (the same as before) 1 - Go to the first indented character (> space) 2 - the same as 0 if caret is already at the first indented character or else the same as 1 (toggle) - Two new parameters for: MatchDelimiter(Selection_Mode:0..15; Delay,Swap_Position,Ignore_Errors,Simple_Match,Ignore_Toggled: 0..1); When Simple_Match is set to 1 only the first delimiter (and its closing counterpart) is used to determine the scope. All other delimiters are ignored. This makes it possible to select a scope containing nested delimiter {..{ ... } ..} even when the scope contains unmatched delimiters such as {1) text...}... If Ignore_Toggled is set to 1 toggled delimiters (such as $...$) are ignored inside proper left and right delimiter scope. - Extra flags in Exe macro function are now properly interpreted (as documented). - Two new macro scripts GDIBib.edt and GDILabel.edt have been placed in the MenusInsert folder. They can be used to manually start GDIPopup dialog in order to insert a label or bib item through the same interface that is triggered by cite{} and ref{} active strings. If you want to use this functionality you should modify Citation and Reference items in Insert -> LaTeX Menu and possibly assign a shortcut to them: ITEM="Citation" CAPTION="&Citation" IMAGE="Citation" MACRO="IfSel(2,'>',!'SetSel(0);');InsLabel('cite','{','}');"+ "Exe('%bMenusInsertGDIBib.edt');" REQ_DOCUMENT=1 - Find in selected text now only finds a string if it is completely inside the selected scope. Previously it was enough that it started inside it and was allowed to extend beyond the end. A few users considered this to be a bug... ------------------------------------------------------------------ WinEdt 8 [Build 20130513 (v. 8.0)] ================================== - Internal code has been optimized and overall performance of WinEdt has been improved (particularly noticeable in large TeX or HTML documents). - Brand new section [FOLDING] that controls code folding functionality has been added... See FOLDING in the Configuration Manual index for the details. - New macros that control folding functionality: ShowFoldingMargin(Visible: -1..1); Note: folding functionality is only enabled when the folding margin is visible. Folding margin has its own context-sensitive popup menu in response to right mouse clicks. FoldNodes(All: 0..1, Subnodes: 0..1, "Category_Filter", exclude_current_line: 0..1); UnfoldNodes(All: 0..1, Subnodes: 0..1, "Category_Filter"); Optional Category_Filter allows you to affect only nodes that has been assigned to a certain category. - Preference Dialog| Appearance allows you to enable and disable code folding functionality for certain modes. - Shortcut F7 toggles visibility of the folding margin and can be used to temporarily enable or disable this functionality... The following commands, also available in the context popup menu, can be accessed through the shortcuts: Ctrl+F7 Fold All Shift+F7 Fold Surrounding Nodes Shift+Ctrl+F7 Unfold All - Detection of Errors and Warnings in LOG files has been improved (once again!). - A few oddities with collection of unwanted data inside softly wrapped comments or paragraphs have been fixed... - Performance for collecting Tree and Gather Items (most noticeably bibliography) has been optimized and improved... - A new configuration macro: LoadPrjList("ProjectList.dat", Open_Top_Project: 0..1); If the filename is not specified then the default project list as specified in the [PROJECT_MANAGER] configuration section: PROJECT_LIST_DATA_FILE="%bWinEdt-PrjList.dat" is used. The second parameter is ignored unless an empty instance of WinEdt (with no opened project and no documents) is running. - A new property VERBATIM=0/1 can now be assigned to [SWITCHES] items. This property is used to prevent WinEdt from gathering data and input directives inside such environments. - A new property ALLOW_INDENTED_ENVIRONMENTS=0/1 in [HIGHLIGHTING_EFFECTS] can be used to disable the indentation of environment backgrounds. This is also available in Preference Dialog| Highlighting. - A new property WRAP_ENVIRONMENTS=0/1 in [PRINT] can be used to enable or disable wrapping of special environments (as defined in the [ENVIRONMENTS] section) when printing. This option is also available in the Print Dialog. - MENU can now be ended by an optional END property in [MAIN_MENU] and [POPUP_MENUS] for visual feedback. The same applies to BRANCH and ITEM in [NAVIGATION_BAR], to PAGE and ITEM in [GATHER], and to INPUT in [INPUT_DIRECTIVES]. - END_TABLE property has been replaced with END (for consistency with other sections that use END)... - BRANCH/PAGE_IGNORE_COMMENTS and BEGINNING_OF_LINE_ONLY properties in [NAVIGATION_BAR] and [GATHER] no longer use negative values for managing DTX items. These items are now handled through a new LINE_START property. The same has been done in [INPUT_DIRECTIVES] and [FOLDING]. - Summary of changes to Configuration Keywords: [INPUT_DIRECTIVES] These are new: LINE_START IGNORE_COMMENTS IGNORE_VERBATIM END [NAVIGATION_BAR] These are new: BRANCH_IGNORE_VERBATIM LINE_START EXCEPTION END This is no longer supported and has to be removed: START These have their range changed: BRANCH_IGNORE_COMMENTS BEGINNING_OF_LINE_ONLY [GATHER] These are new: PAGE_IGNORE_VERBATIM LINE_START EXCEPTION END This is no longer supported and has to be removed: START These have their range changed: PAGE_IGNORE_COMMENTS BEGINNING_OF_LINE_ONLY [TRANSLATION_TABLES] Replacement: END_TABLE -> END [SORTING] Replacement: END_TABLE -> END [SWITCHES] This is new: VERBATIM [HIGHLIGHTING_EFFECTS] This is new: ALLOW_INDENTED_ENVIRONMENTS [BACKGROUND_SCHEMES] These are new: FOLDING_MARGIN_MODE SCOPE_COLOR SCOPE_RGB SCOPE_HOT_COLOR SCOPE_HOT_RGB [PRINT] This is new: WRAP_ENVIRONMENTS

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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Book.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » CmdInput.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Collection.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Dictionaries.png - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » DocAMS.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » DocBibTeX.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Edit.png - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Editor.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Enumerate.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » EnvCenter.png - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Ack.tex - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » download.html - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » news.html - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Article.bib - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0WinEdt0Filetypes.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0WinEdt0Links.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Install.edt - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0WinEdt0Filetypes-Confirm.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0WinEdt0Filetypes.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0WinEdt0Links-Confirm.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0WinEdt0Links.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.edt - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » XPSearch0PersistentHandler.edt - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » bbl.ico - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0Profile0Setup-Confirm.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0Profile0Setup.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0Startup0User0Profile.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0User0Profile-Confirm.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Create0User0Profile.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Get0Application0Data0Folder.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Get0Profile0Status.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0Profile0Setup-Confirm.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0Profile0Setup.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0User0Profile-Confirm.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Remove0User0Profile.edt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » WinEdt.exe - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » WinEdt-Lock.cfg - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » WinEdt-Lock.dat - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » User.dic - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » WinEdt.nsi - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » FileTypes.nsi - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » install.ico - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » License.rtf - CLEAN
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winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.exe - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.exe » NSIS » Entries.bin - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.exe » NSIS » Strings.txt - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.exe » NSIS » Script.nsi - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.exe » NSIS » modern-header.bmp - CLEAN
winedt81-64.exe » NSIS » Uninstall.exe » NSIS » nsDialogs.dll - CLEAN
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