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Missing user context menu - user.context.menu

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I had configured the AutoIT Editor to have a right click context menu that had several of my favorite commands.  I had to re-install everything when my hard disk went south and now I don't see my stuff in the context menu.

in C:UsersAndySciTEUser.properties:

#
user.context.menu=\
||\
40 - Find Definition | 1140 |\
41 - Find References | 1141 |\
||\
42 - Function List   | 1142 |\
43 - Find Selected Text in the Current Doc | 1143 |\
44 - Find Selected Text in All Opened Docs | 1144 |\
||\
46 - add _DebugOut | 1146 |\
47 - add ConsoleWrite | 1147 |\

All I see in the right click context menu is:

undo, redo, cut, copy, paste, select all, close, add as snippet

I've attached my SciTEUser.properties file (renamed to props.txt)

props.txt

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Note: When I put my stuff in SciTEGlobal.properties, I see the right click context menu items I expect.

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