RTF copy/paste for 6.9.1 - plugin detail
Extension for NetBeans to copy editor content into RTF format documents. For example, the plugin allows you to copy the contents of the editor Netbeans OpenOffice or MS Office preserving syntax coloring.
|2012-03-22 08:25:19||misias||Plugin edited, id:32264, pubid:32264|
|2012-03-22 08:25:19||misias||Plugin edit initiated||
Download size: 0.01 MB
Last Update: 2012-03-22
What's new in this version
Verifications for NetBeans versions
Decisions of individual verifiers for RTF copy/paste for 6.9.1 plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.9
Module to copy/paste Netbeans editor content with formatting to RTF format.
- 1. Select code,
- 2. Click right mouse button to expand popup menu,
- 3. Select "Copy as RTF format" option to copy, selected content to system clipboard,
- 4. Paste clipboard content to some RTF editor like OpenOffice or MSWord (special paste).
- 1. Go to Tools - Options
- 2. Select Copy/Paste tab to customize plugin options.
I tested plugin on Netbeans 6.8 with OpenOffice 3.0 and MSOffice.
Version for Nebteans 6.8:
If you want developing this plugin - just write to me, I will add you to project owners.
If you have some suggestion write: email@example.com
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New compilation under Netbeans 7.0
Thank you for your reports. The newly compiled version is ready, please check it.
Posted by misias on Jul 06, 2011
NB 7.0 Beta2 installation issue
Install blocked with messages that Editor Library, Editor Library 2 and Editor Settings Storage need to be installed.
Would be nice to have this plugin on NB 7.0
Posted by ruol on Mar 25, 2011
Doesn't work with current NB 6.9.1 on WinXP
Some plugins require plugin Editor Settings Storage to be installed.
The plugin Editor Settings Storage is requested in implementation version 201007282301. The following plugin is affected: RTF copy/paste
Posted by jiai on Sep 01, 2010
Re: Link DOES NOT WORK
Thanks, it was my mistake, now it's ok.
Posted by misias on Aug 29, 2010
Link DOES NOT WORK
Please check link cause does not work. !
Posted by Ticobrunca on Aug 29, 2010