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ScitTE - Add a space after autocompleting?

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Hi,

Is it possible to have SciTE add a space after autocompleting keywords like "Func" so that I can go right in to typing the func name?

(I'm not referring to abbrs)

Thanks!

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Wouldn't it be easier to hit space instead of enter?


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Thanks guys!

I know it sounds minor but I use a funky mouse/keyboard combo for what I am trying to do.

Wouldn't it be easier to hit space instead of enter?

Hi Xeno,

I'm not sure that I follow you. Let me try to explain.

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I type the letter "G"..

The popup appears with "Global" highlighted so I click "ENTER"

The word "Global" appears with no space after it so I have to hit SPACE before continuing

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Are you saying that I should create an abbreviation for the letter "G" that triggers the word "global"?

Thanks Manadar, I appreciate the tip but as I said in the first post, I'm not referring to abbreviations.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

You can change the keywords manually from "Global" to "Global " but I'm not sure if that's acceptable.

Edit: Why am I even replying? Let's just wait for Jos. :)

Edited by Manadar

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Hi,

Is it possible to have SciTE add a space after autocompleting keywords like "Func" so that I can go right in to typing the func name?

(I'm not referring to abbrs)

Thanks!

nah.. not really on any wanted function shortlist. :)

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