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  1. We tried to do one of our own, but appears that it's not that easy. Seems that we can remove them but IDE will, sometimes at least, write them back after that. Or there is no event for dfm when it is saved (Not making the plugin myself so don't know the latest details.) Maybe there is some cool, Andy Magic Of The Hackering, in the DDevExtensions to do this?? Does anyone have ideas how to get that working? -tee-
  2. Hi, I have a IDE plug-in which acts upon an opened file in the IDE (IOTAIDENotifier.FileNotification - aNotifyCode = ofnFileOpened). It loads the corresponding IOTAModule and the IOTAEditorContent for the PAS-File Before displaying, I want to do some formating for the viewer and set the content through the IOTAEditorContent interface. Nicely, as I do not call MarkModified, the editor view acts like the content has not been modified. However, the IOTAModule believes that the module has been modified and asks, whether the changes shall be saved (which I do not desire, when just viewing). Is there a way, to inform the IDE, that at this point, no changes have occurred. The question to save changes should not appear, when the user did not actually change anything 😉 Thanks, Daniel