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How to set "auto-close=On" attr. for all HTML tags


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How to set "auto-close=On" attr. for all HTML tags at one time? I think this is what Tag Groups for, but where can I edit group properties?

We have 109 predefined tags for HTML, and it seems very boring to set "auto-close=On" for each tag manually.

PHPEd v. 3.3 Build 3332 eval.

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yet, there is no way to do it at once.
As a possible workaround, you may edit func.cfg directly. This file is in XML format and you can add the following attributes to the tags:
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<a autoclose="1"/>
<address autoclose="1"/>
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what is Tag Groups? i don't know where to find that in version 3.3.1.

version 3.2 had, by default, an html tag auto-complete feature. can you tell me why that has changed? it seems like there's no way to turn it on in version 3.3.1, other than what you mentioned about editing the file func.cfg. (which is far from an obvious thing to do for most folks Smile) am i missing something, some settings dialog that i have not found?

i think i speak for many web developers using your product when i say that this is an extremely desirable feature.

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editing the func.cfg file has successfully re-enabled the auto complete feature. might i make a suggestion- that file should be distributed with autoclose for all or most of the html tags?
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