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6 April 2011 at 1:58pm
I use Notepad++. I also know when and when not to use Dreamweaver. When I want to associate a .ss file with html syntax coloring, Dreamweaver accepts filetype changes to assist you while developing with that file type.
I am asking if anyone knows how to associate .ss with Notepad++ as html? Right now I have to change the 'language' manually to help me with syntax coloring.
10 May 2011 at 12:56pm
Anyone find out a solution to this? Would make editing in Notepad++ a whole lot quicker!
11 May 2011 at 3:44am
I've never done it but googled out of curiosity. I use TextPad instead it's much faster and integrates tons more customization of tools.
11 May 2011 at 10:25am
Thanks for your response. Unfortunately after following these instructions, and restarting Notepad++ it's still not working. Have attached a screenshot to show you my updated settings.
14 May 2011 at 3:07am
The posted instructions are right but you still have a conflict. The problem is that ss files are detected as Scheme files by default and that setting is getting in the way of your user set setting. Therefore you need to get rid of that default, there isn't a nice way to do this inside N++ that I could find. I did find this post on stack overflow though:
The post by 'Mike Chess' gave me the answer:
In the Notepad++ directory look for the langs.xml file.
<Language name="scheme" ext="scm smd ss" commentLine="">
Delete the 'ss' and the one you set via N++'s GUI will work. Don't forget to save (and make sure to not edit it with N++...).
Restart Notepad++ Open a .ss file. It should be formatted as HTML now (if you did what was posted in the previous post by swaiba).
1 November 2012 at 3:41pm
I know this thread is long dead... but thanks... I spent ages trying to work out why ss files would not show up as html files.
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