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Scite Tools-> Compile on Windows 7 with newish version

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When I used to use 3.2.x or so on Windows XP, whenever I'd click on Tools -> Compile, I'd get some options like whether to auto-increment the version number of the compiled script... Now, on Windows 7 with 3.10.x it just compiles the script - no chance to set auto increment, filename or anything... Is there a way to get that back?

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When I used to use 3.2.x or so on Windows XP, whenever I'd click on Tools -> Compile, I'd get some options like whether to auto-increment the version number of the compiled script... Now, on Windows 7 with 3.10.x it just compiles the script - no chance to set auto increment, filename or anything... Is there a way to get that back?

Right clicking and going to "Compile with options" has the auto increment feature on it.

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When I used to use 3.2.x or so on Windows XP, whenever I'd click on Tools -> Compile, I'd get some options like whether to auto-increment the version number of the compiled script... Now, on Windows 7 with 3.10.x it just compiles the script - no chance to set auto increment, filename or anything... Is there a way to get that back?

That has nothing to do with AutoIt. You didn't install SciTE4AutoIt3, called "AutoIt Script Editor" on the AutoIt download page.

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That has nothing to do with AutoIt. You didn't install SciTE4AutoIt3, called "AutoIt Script Editor" on the AutoIt download page.

Thank you! I thought I only had to install the autoitsetup.exe . . .

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