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Anyone know if there's an SFTP extension? I need to open files on a remote secure server, and can't find anything analogous to the NppFTP notepad++ plugin.
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Giulio Bertolucci

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I want to contribute with the Italian translation for this application, where or how can I do that?
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thank you!!
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I want to contribute with the Spanish translation for this application, where or how can I do that?
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Try moving into the project folder before running the command
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Yoši Yoda

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Hello :)

I like Notepadqq very much, because it is written in Qt (thus perfect for my LXQt desktop on Mint 18) but still similar to Sublime and Atom IO. But: My screen has 230 dpi and it doesn't scale as it should. The menu icons stay very tiny as well as the text field itself. Is this problem already known? I added some screenshots.
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Hmm thanks, we've got to test this.
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garbageofkf Fia

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Hi there,

ty for this port.

There is a way to build npqq with gtk lib?

I use Gnome so i don't like qt interfaces.

Sorry for bad english

ty
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If the problem is that Qt sticks out like a sore thumb try running Qt with the Gnome Adwaita Theme like so.

You can even edit the .desktop launcher in /usr/share/applications/notepadqq.desktop to make it permanent if you like

env QT_STYLE_OVERRIDE=adwaita notepadqq
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Mike T

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I have really been loving notepadqq but I have one problem that seems to randomly crop up and that is when I highlight text and right click on it so that I can use the menu to select copy it says "reload" instead. This has happened on 3 different computers, two are Lubuntu and one is xubuntu 16.04, notepadqq 0.52.1
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Hi, please submit a bug report here: https://github.com/notepadqq/notepadqq/issues
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TheMonstyer

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I figured I'd let you know, that building on armv7l had no problems and should probably be updated to support it in Archlinux AUR
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Awesome News!
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Hello All,

I am trying to statically build notepadqq on a SUSE 11 system. I solved all the dependency issues but I got an error saying it needs GLIBC 2.14 or above. My system has libc.6.0 version 2.11 I dont think I would be to update it to a latest version. I tried to install latest version of libc locally which didn't workout. Is there a way around this? or is there an older version of notepadqq which would run with libc.6.0 version 2.11?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much in advance.
Ash
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I forgot to mention. I do not have superuser credibility.
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Nelson Poon

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Thanks for your work. Nice ports for notepad++.
How to do the replace with regula expression ? (.+)  replace to  $1 ? It not Work.. Thank you very much
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It has been implemented thanks to Teklad.
https://github.com/notepadqq/notepadqq/issues/143#issuecomment-234207484

it is already available if you get notepadqq from source, otherwise you can wait the next release.
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Shishir Jaiswal

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Is there a Notepadqq plugin to format / beautify HTML and CSS code?
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+Shishir Jaiswal After installation, select your code then click Extensions->MBeautify->Beautify Code
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Giulio Bertolucci

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I have a rasberry pi 3, how I can install notepad qq on rasbian?
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Hi! I come from Notepad++. Does anyone know how to compile py, for instance, in Notepadqq? I clicked run and modify shortcut. But nothing happened. 
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wow, thank you!
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Loren Dias

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For those of you using Gnome, edit your /usr/share/applications/notepadqq.desktop
Exec command to launch in Adwaita theme if you like.

env QT_STYLE_OVERRIDE=adwaita notepadqq
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Good news :) Glad to be of help
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Frank W

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Hello! New to Linux, Ubuntu, AND Notepadqq so please forgive what may be an ignorant question. Does Notepadqq have the ability to edit textual style? By that I mean changing font style and color, emboldening, italicizing and underlining text.

Also, is there any documentation for using Notepadqq yet? If so, may I have a link to that page, please?
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Just FYI - I found just what I was looking for. It's a text editor named AbiWord.
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Marco Contenti

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As a developer, the open-source tools I appreciate most are Notepad++ and TortoiseSVN. Unfortunately both are for Windows only, so it's really GREAT that you are trying to make a Linux equivalent of one of them! (actually, I often use a Windows VM with shared folders for the sole purpose of using these tools on my Linux-based projects).

I know that a full port of NP++ features to Nqq would be a big task, but there are a few time-saving items I'm missing from NP++ and might be rather easy to implement:
1. Quick search next occurrence of selected text via Ctrl-F3
2. Support "follow current document" in Find in Files
3. And, please, let me choose to suppress that annoying warning about spaces/tabs to indent whenever I open a file: I'm always using tabs and won't change my setting, while almost everyone else is using spaces.

Go on with the great work!

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When I delete a file from an other process which is opened in Notepadqq,  only two options are shown: Save and Ignore. It would be very nice if the option Close (without saving) is also shown.
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is it possible somehow to remember what files were open? I mean next time (after closing app) when i open it id like to have same files open as before closing it?
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cool, thx for info
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Hello All,

Would it be possible to statically build the software, in order to use it on very old linux versions?

I googled around a bit but I could not find anything on this topic.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thank you in any case,
Cheers.
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I wonder if the developers would be interested in putting together a AppImage, those are highly portable and system agnostic, you might have to poke a developer with a stick asking for it though.
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Wanted to note down my experience trying to build the code from git on a Debian jessie flavor VM:
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get install qt5-default
- sudo apt-get install build-essential g++
- sudo apt-get install qttools5-dev-tools
- sudo apt-get install libqt5webkit5-dev
- sudo apt-get install libqt5svg5-dev

Next, following the instructions in [https://github.com/notepadqq/notepadqq] let me build the executable.

Was a pleasure to use, however, one item I was specifically looking for ("find all instances of a string in a file") is not there yet (is there in npp). Just FYI, geany has that feature.
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hi to everyone

is there anyway to lanch the execution of a python script from notepadqq?
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