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All files as default when opening a file in PhpED?


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When you open a file in PhpED PHP filetypes is the default filter in the directory you choose. Is it possible to change this to "All files"?

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You may want to select "All files (*.*)" in the <Files of type> combo.

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Thank you, but I know just that - but I wondered if it is possible in the "settings" to make the program show "All Files" as default instead of "PHP-files" ?

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it's not needed because after you opened a file with *.* selected in the filter input, it's remebered and will be used next time by default.

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Thanks Dimtri - I was not aware of this... Embarassed
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I have just updated my NySpere editor (have not done that for quite a long time...) and realized the facility you mention is in the new build of the program. Thank you!
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