The Edit page allows you to customize settings related to edit operations.
Uses regular expressions to specify the tag format.
Specifies a regular expression to match a tag.
Specifies a regular expression to match a file name.
Specifies a regular expression to match a line number.
If this box is checked, Insert/Overwrite mode will be saved, and the next time you start a new EmEditor window, the Insert/Overwrite mode will restored. If this box is not checked, EmEditor always starts with the insert mode.
If this box is checked, the Undo command will undo the word, character by character. This action will also affect macros which record an insert command, character by character. To activate the new settings, you need to restart EmEditor.
Specifies whether you want to enable multiple selections. To make multiple selections, after making one selection, make another selection with the mouse while pressing the CTRL key. Alternatively, you can press the F8 key, move the cursor to extend the selection, press the F8 key again to finish the selection, move the cursor again to go to the next selection position, and repeat this procedure until you make all selections.
Read Only when a temporary file is opened with View Source in Internet Explorer.
Displays a dialog box to prompt users when no Undo information is available.
Displays a dialog box to prompt users when EmEditor cannot open the Clipboard.
After inserting a string and moving the cursor up or down, returns the cursor position to the same horizontal position as the position before inserting the string.
This option allows you to copy the selection automatically to the Clipboard without selecting the Copy command (CTRL + C). While the Auto Copy mode is on, the selection will be copied to the Clipboard immediately before the selection is deselected or deleted, immediately before the active document is switched, or the editor loses the keyboard focus. However, it does not work during the CSV cell mode.
Displays a dialog box to prompt users when very long lines exist in the document.
Treats the following characters as alphanumeric when editing. For instance, when you double-click a word, these characters are treated as a part of the word. However, this setting does not apply to the regular expression \w operator in the Find dialog box.
Resets to default settings.