Can you add the ability to paste in text copied to the clipboard?
A downloadable Language Generator for Windows
You can use LangGen to create your own languages, for any purpose!
The application will generate the language as you enter terms to translate. The more you use it, the bigger the language will grow. You can also use commands to make the process even easier. To see a list of all available commands and their use, simply type ".commands".
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May 30, 2017
- Added ".website" command, which opens the website in the user's default browser
- Added an icon to the generator
- Changed references of "Language Generator" to "LangGen".
- Bug Fixes
March 24, 2017
- Added ".help" command, which works just like ".commands"
- Removed case sensitivity from commands
- Bug Fixes
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Typing Ctrl+V will paste the text copied to the clipboard. You can also right click the bar at the top (the one that contains the file path) and hover over "Edit" on the dropdown menu. Next to "Edit" there should be a "Paste" option.
Typing "ctrl + V" for me resulted in the input "^V" showing up in the console and did not paste the text.
It is also having issues loading up languages from previous sessions.
What exactly is the issue with loading languages? Be sure to call the .save command before closing; clicking the X button will not save your language (however, this weekend I'm planning to release an update that includes this feature). As for the paste issue, I have homework and basketball, so I will not be able to work on it now, but I'll test it this weekend. Sorry for the inconvenience, and have a nice day!
That's weird. I tried control v on my regular computer and a virtual computer and it worked fine, as long as there was content on my clipboard. Make sure you're pressing them at the same time, and keep in mind this only works on Windows.
As for the saving issue, I believe that it is due to the fact that you need to manually type ".save" to save the language. Clicking the "X" button will not save your language. However, using ".closelang", ".close", ".quit", or ".exit" will (as well as ".save"). I'm trying to find a way to fix this issue.
Sorry I couldn't really help, and have a nice day!