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Simple Snippet Manager (AutoIt v3.3.14.5)

 The intended usage is to select a Snippet, and to copy it's contents into your favorite Editor.
    The Copy/Paste process happens over the (windows)Clipboard. 
    The previous clipboard content is not restored.

    There is a time limit of 60 seconds, in which the pasting of the text is allowed (starting when the App window gets inactive).  
    The Hotkey is reenabled, when the main Window is activated.
    
    This is a File/Folder based manager. 
    The App is configured to hold 4000 files and 400 folders with searching depth of 5 sub-folders.
    
    The root folder is freely selectable, but it  should be a Folder with writing permission.
    Please install the App in a folder with Writing permission, too. 
    This App only uses an .ini file to save it's configuration, which has to be in the same folder as the App.
    
First configuration:

1. Open the config Window.
2. Enter the Language name, create or seek a root folder, enter an extension.
3. Click on Set button.
4. Click on the Exit button.

The Language configuration is done, adding files or folders are needed:

 1. Select the language from the dropbox list, and click on Get Lang button.
2a. Right Click on the root folder, chose New folder to add categories.
2b. or chose New/Edit file to open the builtin text editor
 3. Paste or Write a snippet-code, enter a filename and save it.
 
 (Repeat the 3. as needed)
 
Usage:

Select a language, then click on Get Lang button.
Choose a file with the left mouse button.
Check if the code was loaded in the Textarea at the bottom.
Switch to your sourcecode editor, and press the Hotkey (default= Ctrl/Strg b) to copy and paste the text.

There is a timelimit of 60 seconds, after the main window gets inactive, in which the copy&pasting is allowed.

 

The Download includes:

32 + 64bit exe, sourcecode, icon, read me text and 2 Instructional Helpfiles in Html and PDF format.


What's New in Version 1.02

Released

V1.02        (24.06.2020)
            Addition: Undocumented ini setting: StartLoadLastUsedLanguage
                      Setting this to 1 (default value) will now reload the Last used language at start.
                      Last used language counts for the Language, selected with [Get Lang] button.
                      LastUsedLanguageNr, LastUsedLanguageName ini settings are used internaly for the above function.
                      Added version string to the main Window title.


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