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Scite4AutoIT issue when loading a script

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Hello,

Today I updated my Scite4AutoIT version to the latest and everytime I load a script, a black screen blinks everywhere except on the line the cursor is. I doubt it is a new feature and it's extremely uncomfortable. Moreover, when I scroll on the script ( up or down ) , it blinks from the previous line to the current.

Did someone already face this issue with the latest version ?

Regards,

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Check whether this is causing it:

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technology

On Windows Vista or newer, this can be set to 1, 2 or 3 to use the Direct2D and DirectWrite APIs for higher quality antialiased drawing or 0 to use the older GDI. The default is 1. The value 2 causes the frame to be retained after presentation which may prevent drawing failures on some cards and drivers. 3 may also prevent drawing failures on some cards and drivers but with lower speed.

And add this line to your sciteuser.properties:

technology=0

Jos

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Hello Jos,

Thank you for your fast answer. Looks like this solved the problem. :) If you need more information regarding this problem (e.g for debugging )  , don't hesitate to ask me.

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This option is part of the standard SciTE as distributed by Neil Hodgson, which I use a base for the version I distribute. I am trying to make a few changes to the core of the program myself for easier maintenance.

It probably has the do with the graphics card your computer has and not supporting this added feature.

Jos


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