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AutoitMike

Been using Autoit 3 on my XP laptop for over a year, wrote some extensive programs. I been doing OCR and SQL to name a couple of things.

Now I have moved to a new laptop running 64 bit Windows 7 and just installed Autoit 3.

The editor is newer than what I am used to using on one issue:

If I create (By accident) a syntax error or some other error, I see a red message bar and a gold star next to the line number.

When I correct the error, , star and error bar is still there and I cant figure out how to make it go away with out running the script. Some of my scripts have to be compiled, my application shells to run a exe.

(I know there is a way to run / shell to the script engine, however, I prefer to make an exe, its cleaner).

Any help greatly appreciated

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JLogan3o13

To clear the console messages, Shift+F5

Edited by JLogan3o13

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AutoitMike

The red error bar and star do not go away with shift-F5

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JLogan3o13

Sorry, didn't read your initial post close enough. Once you resolve the error, you should be able to do a CTRL+F5 to run the Syntax check. As long as you don't still have an error, the gold star and red line should disappear.


√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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AutoitMike

Well,

Control - F5 it is !

Thanks

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