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Code Completition Problem ?


Joined: 20 May 2004
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Hello there,

I have just downloaded the evaluation version of PHPEd V. 3.3 and installed it. Very impressive I must say. The only thing that bothers me is that when using code completition, say for the isset() function, this is what it outputs:
Code:
isset($var);
which is very uncomfortable, especially if used in an if condition. First of all, I have to overwrite $var with my own variable and then I have to remove the semicolon. Is there a way to adjust it so it just writes
Code:
isset(|)
and puts the caret to position indicated with |?
I think this was the normal way in v. 3.2 if I recall correctly.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance!
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Probably, it was a problem in 3.3 (3332) and has already been fixed in HotFix1 (3348). Needless to speak about ServicePack#1 (3356).
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At least I can't replicate it in 3.3.1 (3356).
Anyways, you can open settings->reserved words tab, select php and setup properties for isset() function.
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Yea, but I'd have to do that for every single function...

Is there a way to just download the file with the bug? My internet connection isn't that fast and it took really long to download those 40MB, I don't really want to do that again. Embarassed
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all standard functions are in

03/30/2004 18:51 552 157 func.cfg

If installed file is different, you can delete it and install phped once again to the same directory.
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