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How can i get SciTE to save new scripts as au3.

Current i have to type script name.au3, but i would like to get SciTE to save as .au3 for default.

Is it som were in the *.propperties or do i have to change somthing in the registry.

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Not an option in SciTE as far as i know....

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Is't there any way to it ??

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Choose "save as", then type *.au3 but put quotation marks around it.

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Wath i ment was that SciTE should always save as .au3, it's the only thing i use the editor for :(

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Is't there any way to it ??

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Isn't that what my answer meant ?

I don't know how you do this but i guess i haven't started a new script the last year where i started with a new file.

I always use an old script, do a "save as" ...

Anyway.. there is NO option in SciTE to my knowledge..... so if its a major thing for you you can always create an AutoItscript that creates and save a new script in the correct way... :(

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Isn't that what my answer meant ?

I don't know how you do this but i guess i haven't started a new script the last year where i started with a new file.

I always use an old script, do a "save as" ...

Anyway.. there is NO option in SciTE to my knowledge..... so if its a major thing for you you can always create an AutoItscript that creates and save a new script in the correct way...  :

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:( You wrote in SciTE there wasent an option :( , so i hmm was just wondring if there wasent a nother way to do it :).

Hmm maby i could do a macro for it, :"> It's not often i need to save scripts that way, i normaly use my script maker (realy realy simpel one) to create a new script. It's only when i need to test a code string, for it's owen i create a new script in SciTE...

Anyway my Q. has been answered thx *LOL*

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