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Where do i find what consolewrite has written?

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It will be in your Scite output.


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This would only show up in the SciTE console pane:

ConsoleWrite("Hello, world!" & @LF)

This could show up in a CMD shell:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Change2CUI=Y

ConsoleWrite("Hello, world!" & @LF)

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Is there a window i can have open that will show me what all my variables are? Isnt that what the SciTE console pane is? Where do i go to make it show up? Thanks!

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Is there a window i can have open that will show me what all my variables are? Isnt that what the SciTE console pane is? Where do i go to make it show up? Thanks!

SciTE is really only an editor. The light weight IDE-like additions in SciTE4AutoIt3 don't include things like breakpoint and monitor, or step.

You might try the #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Debug_Mode=Y compiler option.

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