|Title:||Would like a 64 bit version of this plug in|
|Last Modified:||2019-03-17 11:03:47|
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beach4bum added on 2017-07-05 18:33:58:
Would like a 64 bit version of this plug in thanks
tinus (claiming to be Martijn Coppoolse) added on 2017-07-06 07:37:51:
I've got a 64-bits in testing phase, but I am rather pressed for time at the moment. Do you want me to send you the test version?
pryrt added on 2018-01-30 14:23:50:
I know you're busy, but this plugin is one of my last two daily-use plugins that's keeping me from switching to 64bit Notepad++ (and the other apparently has an unofficial 64b port, which I'll probably try soon). If it's still going to be a while before your official 64bit version is available, could I get a copy of the test version?
pryrt added on 2019-03-15 15:34:47:
It's more than a year since I last pinged. You apparently touched the code in Nov 2018, so I got hopeful, but then nothing has happened. I gave up and started doing a workaround alternative -- rather than having live preview in the PreviewHTML window, I just launch it through my own converter using your PreviewHTML.ini to define the filter, then open the filtered version in my browser. But if you were to ever release the 64-bit version, I would happily switch back to using it. There are requests from other users who would like a 64bit version (for example, see the recent posts in https://notepad-plus-plus.org/community/topic/17303/preview-plugin/10).
tinus added on 2019-03-16 12:14:23:
Well, I finally got round to fixing this (in commit [01f90f575c]). There's a 64-bits version of the plugin available, check out the [home] page. I've also adjusted the layout of the zip files, so in Notepad++ versions after 7.6, it should suffice to unzip the file in the plugins dir. In older versions of Notepad++, the DLL will have to be moved to the plugins dir itself. Let me know if you’re having problems with it. (Although to be honest, I can’t guarantee a much faster response than last time...)
tinus added on 2019-03-17 11:03:47:
It appears to work correctly for most people. Closing as fixed.