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I'm working on a small application and can't get Scite to send the current script to clipboard, I know how to send it back - but is this the right way to use clipboard or is there another way to import/export scripts between application and Scite, and how do I get the selected part of the script if posible...

I know this is a bit of the line but if any of you autoit'ers can help...

Kåre :)

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I'm working on a small application and can't get Scite to send the current script to clipboard, I know how to send it back - but is this the right way to use clipboard or is there another way to import/export scripts between application and Scite, and how do I get the selected part of the script if posible...

I know this is a bit of the line but if any of you autoit'ers can help...

Kåre :)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

$(CurrentSelection) will contain the selected text and you can maybe add a LUA script or start a program to puts $(CurrentSelection) onto the clipboard....

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Scite uses "$(FilePath)" for the address to the current file. You could create an Autoit compiled exe, and pass "$(FilePath)" as a switch to it. Maybe add it to Tools, in the menu. Then Autoit could read this file, and ClipPut it into the clipboard. Then, in your application, you could use ClipGet to receive the Clipboard data.

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