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Cursor  Add export output in debugger, print and highlight text

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Enhancement Open Low Sun 12th Feb 2017 1 vote Vote Up Vote Down
 
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5.0.35.3 Mon 13th Feb 2017 Log In
 
DazaKiwiSun 12th Feb 2017 01:45
I recently discovered you can add comments, clean breaks of empty spaces etc between the output in debugger. And i thought it would be handy if you could select text and highlight it in a colour.

Perhaps have three colour boxes to the left of the window and when you click on a colour it sets it to default as well as activating highlight text mode where any text you highlight next will be in that colour. There could be an empty box icon below them to turn off this mode, if you want to delete text with a selection box etc.

Also being able to output selected output text to a rtf or pdf file would be handy as well, for those who like to take a break from the PC and think on the problem elsewhere and can have a printed version of the output either in full entirety or selected piece of it.
 
saabieMon 13th Feb 2017 00:14
The workaround for this is to click at the start of the debug text, shift click at the end to highlight the whole text and press Ctrl/C.
Then you can paste it into an rtf or doc file and do what you like with it.
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