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How to find next syntax error in file


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PhpEd helpfully tells you there are syntax errors in the file when you do a re-indent (Alt F6).

Less helpfully it flags these with a tiny red underline which is almost unfindable in any non-trivial file if it is on a single character.

Is there a way to jump to the next syntax error?

This seems like interface design 101, but I have searched high and low in the interface, help, forums and web and found no reference to such a function. Am I just being blind?

Ian
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I never even thought about that before; just looked and I also cannot see any options to go to next/prev error.

I click on the red markers in the scroll bar which jumps to the errors and have always been happy with at, but if there are lots of errors then maybe that isn't so convenient.

Maybe that's a feature request?
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I'm blind as a bat Shocked Those little red dots are all I need (although I find-next would be nice it is scarcely necessary and jsut one more thing to remember). Thanks so much for your quick response.
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