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Scite User Calltip AutoComplete - long param list wrap?

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This may be a question for @Jos ... I added some user functions to Scite with the User CallTip Manager (very awesome by the way).  Everything works great.   However, I have a regrettably large list of parameters for some functions (unavoidable because it is an integration to another tech).  Because the list is so long I can't see it all in the auto-complete tooltip,  Is there a way to wrap that tooltip text?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Just confirming you mean to add it in the function syntax window when they are being added to Scite as they are being parsed?  Or is there another location I should go to edit them?

P.S.  Thank you by the way :-)

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Anywhere you want a new line to appear in your Call tip. This can be either the function it self or the description.  just try it and you'll see.

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