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First issue.
Should be fixed in Alpha 11.
I have to test if there is support for 1 Byte only long coding in all Instances, not much used.

Second issue, it works fine for me ??
No need to use enter, support without was asked.

Example for standalone use in Alpha 11.
A long coding value is in clipboard
Start LCode
Press Ctrl O, or drag and drop xpl or lbl file.
If another coding has to be checked, copy new coding in clipboard, press Ctrl 1, load new xpl or lbl file.
 
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First issue.
Should be fixed in Alpha 11.
I have to test if there is support for 1 Byte only long coding in all Instances, not much used.
Sorry, the issue does NOT only apply to 1-Byte-Codings...the example was picked from somehwere in Byte 17 or so. The behaviour is the same then.

Second issue:
I'm not at the right notebook right now, but when I manually changed the hex values (not the binary values beneath) and hit enter, the bits did not change.
I'll try that again later....

Third thing:
I have to admit that similar to TBAx's experience, we're very used to click somewhere in the hex range and LCode jumps to that byte...
Isn't it possible to realize that via detecting where the cursor was put after clicking around?
 
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Third thing:
I have to admit that similar to TBAx's experience, we're very used to click somewhere in the hex range and LCode jumps to that byte...
I removed the single hex Byte boxes, because the amount is different and they take much space.
I have (almost) never clicked on a special box in 3)
Do you know where to click on a 86 Byte long coding ?
Now you can enter the Byte number you want to go to, and you can use Up/Down (up/down arrows), End and Home keys.
Please try to use it some time, I like it more.
We all have to do minimalism :)

Isn't it possible to realize that via detecting where the cursor was put after clicking around?
I am not sure I understand, do you mean where the mouse is over the long coding on the first line ?
That is an Tedit box with a long text string.
 
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I am not sure I understand, do you mean where the mouse is over the long coding on the first line ?
That is an Tedit box with a long text string.
http://docs.embarcadero.com/product...hivclwin32/StdCtrls_TCustomEdit_SelStart.html

010AF3

I click here: 010A|F3
Then some SelStart calculcation magic that determines that you're just at the bigging or in the middle (010AF|3) of byte 2 and select it pro-actively.

No? :D

Do you know where to click on a 86 Byte long coding ?
Now you can enter the Byte number you want to go to, and you can use Up/Down (up/down arrows), End and Home keys.
Please try to use it some time, I like it more.
We all have to do minimalism
Yes and No, I think.
The human brain thinks it is a bit more comfortable when you DO NOT HAVE TO change from Mouse to Keyboard.
I catch myself always clicking in the byte range I want to go because I'm too lazy to change to the keyboard to enter a byte value.

That is some kind of psychological thing.
 
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Alpha 12 (@ #1)
Should be able to click on the long coding.
Changed Alt F1 (About).
 
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