Hi all

Help me test the print feature.

Yet to be impkmented:

-Print to file
-Page numbering
-Syntax hiliting

Note: You need 1.0.9 or 1.1.0 to install this test version.

The zip contains RadASM.exe only. Unzip to C:\RadASM


Look here for the latest
Posted on 2002-02-23 05:23:46 by KetilO
Works fine here. Font and text alignment looks very good.
How do you plan to implement syntax highlighting? Will the
color selection be taken from the editors selection or will
the user be able to select a different color scheme for printing?
I know my color scheme which looks good on screen would
not look good printed on paper, so a seperate color scheme
for printing would be nice, although that would be more work
for you ;-)

Anyhow thanks for the new feature! Willie
Posted on 2002-02-23 13:02:03 by WillASM
Hi WillASM

There must be seperate color scheme as a lot is using black background with light colors which would be almost invisible on paper.

Posted on 2002-02-23 13:16:45 by KetilO
I'm not actually sure where this thread is.. i came here from 'RadASM testers wanted'...

On the subject of printing syntax highlighting...
Here are my ideas.

NO! you cannot use the default colour scheme for that!
that would be a lot of ink! and without background, yup,
hard to see.

Also, i think using a lot of colour other than black would be
a bad idea since colour ink costs more, so this is what i propose:

Use the microsoft style syntax highlighting for printing..
It's like so:

Blue for ALL keywords, and Green for Comments.
Blue: #0000FF
Green: #008000

blue shows up pretty good on paper, and green for comments
would make it very clear that they weren't part of the code.

Also, that scheme works very well visually under MSc++,
I'm not really sure about Assembly tho, i will check that out with
Posted on 2002-02-23 22:28:18 by matthew
I was also thinking, true red might be usefull for certain things, registers or operators.
Posted on 2002-02-23 23:10:04 by matthew
Hi matthew

You will be able to set up your own color scheme. The default will be close to what you suggest.

Posted on 2002-02-24 07:07:57 by KetilO