Crashing / Others

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  1. Mat-Moo
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    Nov 2012

    Posted 18 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    On the whole I've found Graphite to be pretty good... except for the simulator on one screen (bunch of li with selector) that when scrolling and selecting causes it to crash, quite regularly! The project in question is on my employers account not this one (personal account) .

    Other irritants:-
    Typing :- 
    "console.log(" keeps adding in logLevel.
    "alert('" adds (message) in before .
    No bookmarking,sohard to jumparound code, e.g ctrl-shft [1-9] to place a bookmark and ctrl-[1-9] to go to the bookmark would be really handy.
    Would rather use/sabs rather than spaces, and cursor to respect tabs
    New linesseem to keep adding blank chars at the end, feel like I'm always deleting stuff at the end of lines

  2. Neven Dinev
    Admin
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    Posted 21 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    Hello,

     I will try to address some of the issues you have here:

    1. About crashing project. Please send us an email to support[at]icenium.com with your project name and mail under which the problematic project is created.

    2. About uncompleted command (console log alert and others). The code analysis is designed to alert you if you have errors in your code. You may turn this functionality off from options/advance/code analysis.

    3. I was not able to reproduce  "new line blank chars" issue - can you please provide more info about it?

    Kind regards,
    Telerik team
  3. Mat-Moo
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    Nov 2012

    Posted 22 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    1) I can do along with steps to reproduce, would a video help?

    2) The point of code analysis is to help and show you options and code completion, however when it completes for you with the wrong text it's damn annoying.

    3) It may be the way Graphite automatically guesses where the next line cursor start should be that causes this for me, mostly because I've always used the tab character and not spaces to indent my code.
  4. Neven Dinev
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    Posted 24 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    Hi Mat-Moo,

    For 1) and 2) video and steps to reproduce will be very helpful.

    As for 3) Yes. There is auto indentation and it uses spaces for now. You can look at Options -> Advanced-> CodeStyle to play with the settings.

    Kind regards,
    Neven Dinev
    the Telerik team

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