Miscellaneous

This dialog box contains various miscellaneous settings.

Menu editor

The menu editor dialog allows you to modify and create custom menus. These menus are typically accessed with right-mouse click context selection. CRiSP lets you build multi-level nested menus, with shortcuts, and context sensitive visibility/sensibility.

Printer setup

printersetup

This dialog box is used to print the current buffer. It is normally quicker and more convenient to use the printer icon, but using this dialog box allows you to configure aspects of the printing. Printing works slightly differently under Microsoft Windows, compared to Unix. Unix does not contain a standard printing mechanism and so each application supports its own mechanisms to enable printing. With Windows, CRiSP supports printing using the native printing subsystem or using one of the builtin mechanisms based on Text, HTML or PostScript.

Startup

This dialog box allows you to configure various options when CRiSP starts up. CRiSP saves state information based on the current working directory you are in when you start and terminate CRiSP. This means you can work on a set of related files in one directory and a different set in a different directory, and when you restart CRiSP the actual set of restored files will depend on which directory you invoke it from. 

Toolbars

toolbars

This dialog box allows you to configure which toolbars should be visible at the top of the CRiSP editing area, or as floating toolbars. You can also customise the icons within the toolbars.

Testimonials

"CRiSP maintains the keyboard elegance of the original dos brief editor, adds code colorization like micorsofts pwb and takes full advantage of Xwindows multiple and resizable windows. I love this programmers editor."

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