# Open #includes in User Defined folder

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How can I get the SciTe hotkey Alt+I to open includes in the folder(s) defined in the "User-defined libraries" registry key?

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The registry key is only for AutoIt, the openpath variable in your "User Options File" (from Options menu) controls the same thing for SciTE. See quote:

You have to add the UDFs to the variables:

openpath.$(au3)=$(autoit3dir)\include;D:\Dokumente\AutoIt3\UDF
openpath.beta.$(au3)=$(autoit3dir)\beta\include;D:\Dokumente\AutoIt3\UDF

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