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Hi we all know about scite, it's great and has a lot of functionality, but it would be nice if y'all could develop a project manager like visual csharps project manager and many other? where one could design and code in realtime? or at the same time in other words? it's just an idea...

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What the hell does "design and code in realtime" even mean?

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design and code at the same time, without having to reload the script everytime you changed something in the gui

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nice man

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Visual Studio doesn't allow you to change the GUI and apply the changes without reloading the program?

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yea... it was just a thought...

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Autoit and realtime. Two things I never thought I'd hear in the same sentence.

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Posted (edited)

See if this is any useful for you.

Edited by Aipion

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maybe you never ever clearly thought about anything, up until now... gimft

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maybe you never ever clearly thought about anything, up until now... gimft

Or maybe we did and the problem is much more complex than you think. Or you haven't thought about how to solve the problem.

There is quite a big gap between "just an idea" and a finished product ready for the community. You're the thinker here (apparently), why not write more than 2 lines about your idea? Then do some programming. Before you know it, you'll have a ready product.

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