Good evening everyone
I was trying to insert function header to the functions of my script, but, in the SciTE console, this appears:
Function or struct definition not found, unable to insert header. @Jos Any suggestion?
Thanks in advance.
I have to execute below block of code in elevated previllage, as that particular wmic class will work only with admin previlage.
i am getting out put when i launch autoit as administrator, but i will not be able to launch autoit as admin in this particular case but my user have admin rights.
is there any better way i can run those command as administrator.?
tried below steps:
i have tried #RequireAdmin but that creates a user prompt Tried using Runas command but gives error as wrong username or password , stuck with that step.
Hi I am not sure how to call it properly, but for those of you who use SciTE, when you typing built in function and about to pass parameters to it you can see popup with all the ones which can be passed.
Question: how to create something like that for my own functions?
traytip isn't working in windows 10. nothing happens when i use the Traytip command.
here's a simple script i used:
TrayTip("I'm a title", "I'm the message", 5) i tried changing the registry setting HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced ( which didn't have EnableBalloonTips) and creating a DWORD entry called EnableBalloonTips and setting it to 1 and logging off then back in. that did not resolve the problem.
i'm running Windows 10 v1709 b16299.431
Does SciTE have string or number ids for the recent file menu items?
I was hoping to add shortcuts (using the user.shortcuts properties) to the most recent item, but the documentation doesn't list any id's for those items (unless I overlooked?).
Also, did anyone else notice that the index listing for the SciTE doc doesn't work properly?
It appears it's linking to this: mk:@MSITStore:C:\Program%20Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\Scite4AutoIt3.chm::/SciTEDocumentation.html
When it should be this? mk:@MSITStore:C:\Program%20Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\Scite4AutoIt3.chm::/Scitedoc/SciTEDoc.html