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Problem running scite after latest update

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sandyd

Hi All,

after installing the latest version of scite i'm getting these messages when try to run / compile etc an autoit script:

F5 - "Error reading the file: G:\prod"

ALT+F5 - "Error reading the file: G:\beta"

Have installed the latest stable and beta versions of auto it too.

Any ideas?

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MHz

Hi, this is my idea.
At the top of the Au3.properties file:

# SciTE settings for AutoIt v3
#
# June 22, 2005 - Jos van der Zande 
#
#
# *** Specify here your AutoIt program directory ***
autoit3dir= Is the path correct here ?

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sandyd

Yup , thats fine.

Points to autoit3dir=C:\Program Files\AutoIt3

However, under that directory, there is no prod folder, only beta.


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MHz

Points to autoit3dir=C:\Program Files\AutoIt3

However, under that directory, there is no prod folder, only beta.

No prod folder there is reasonable, but your 1st post has G:\prod ? Are those folders on G: drive your personal script folders ?

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sandyd

G is my documents folder (on a network drive)


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Jos

Where are you seeing this error ?

Does your Output pane contain the whole command and can you show that ?


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When I press 'F5' within scite I get : Posted Image

When I press 'Continue Anyway' I get: Posted Image

'ALT-F5' is the same as first picture and 'Continue Anyway' produces : Posted Image

Hope these are of some use.

Edit: Added a attachment of the output pane from Scite.

SciteOutputPane.txt

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