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  1. I'm using very often binary strings to read images, sounds, etc. directly for memory to avoid any file installation. Here a small tool to convert any file to a base64 string incl. compression option to use it within your script to avoid usage of local disk (file install)! It will also created the needed functions! Code is too long now for the code box -> Pastebin.com Download: File to Base64 String Code Generator v1.20 Build 2020-06-05.7z (6238 downloads previously) Code will run on 3.3.11.4 or higher versions only !
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    This program will help you to automatically generate code for GUIRegisterMsg function. Select a control name from the combo box. Then the listView will populate the events of that control. If you click on any event name, you can see the event description in the edit box. Type your control's handle in the Control Handle textbox. Then type the line number where you want to call the function. Then type the line number where you want to add the actual function code. Then press Insert ToSciTE button. That's all. Here is the code generated by this program. GUIRegisterMsg($WM_COMMAND, "WM_COMMA
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