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I use a monospace font for editing AutoIt scripts in SciTE (currently, CourierNew 9pt). Regardless of what font size I set in the configuration, when I start SciTE to resume editing the script text is one size smaller than I specified. When I type Ctrl+<numpad-slash> the text changes to the desired size. The same is true of the output pane, and I have to reset the size for both areas every time I start SciTE.

IIRC, I've made few other changes to the configuration (e.g., changed the search highlight color and disabled Tidy), so this behavior seems odd. About SciTE says it's version 3.6.0 (Aug. 4, 2015).

Any idea how to fix this?


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I set the font from Tools > SciTE Config > General 1 tab's monospace font Change button, followed by Save+Apply. In the most recent config change, I set the font to Inconsolata 10. I also changed some of the editor colors and the number of backups (in addition to some previous changes), and save-applied.

When I start SciTE and check the config, the General 1 tab shows the monospace font set to Inconsolata 10, but the script and output text are the wrong size until I reset them (Ctrl+<numpad-slash>).

The %HOMEPATH%\AppData\Local\AutoIt v3\SciTE\SciTEUser.properties file (with personal info redacted):

font.base=font:Arial,size:10,$(font.override)
font.monospace=font:Inconsolata,size:10
backup.files=2
proper.case=1
error.inline=1
highlight.current.word=1
highlight.current.word.by.style=1
highlight.current.word.autoselectword=0
highlight.current.word.wholeword=0
highlight.current.word.matchcase=0
highlight.current.word.minlength=3
use.tabs=1
indent.size=4
indent.size.*.au3=4
tabsize=4
style.au3.32=style.*.32=$(font.base),back:#E7E7E7
caret.line.back=#FFFD99
caret.line.back.alpha=256
selection.fore=#000000
selection.alpha=70
selection.back=#00FF00
style.error.1=fore:#FF0000,back:#FFFF00
style.error.2=fore:#FFFFFF,back:#FF0000
highlight.current.word.colour=#00FF00
indicators.alpha=63
calltips.set.above=0
style.au3.38=fore:#050505,back:#FFFFC8
calltips.color.highlight=#FF0000
visible.policy.strict=1
visible.policy.lines=0
style.au3.34=fore:#0000FF,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.35=fore:#008000,italics,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.0=fore:#000000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.1=fore:#008000,italics,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.2=fore:#008000,italics,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.3=fore:#0000FF,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.4=fore:#000090,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.5=fore:#0000FF,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.6=fore:#808000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.7=fore:#FF0000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.8=fore:#FF8000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.9=fore:#000000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.10=fore:#808080,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.11=fore:#808000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.12=fore:#DC143C,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.13=fore:#FF0000,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.14=fore:#993399,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.15=fore:#0080FF,back:#E7E7E7
style.au3.16=fore:#0080FF,back:#E7E7E7
command.name.19.*=
command.name.33.*=
openpath.$(au3)=$(SciteDefaultHome)\..\include;C:\Users\%USERNAME%\%PROJECT%\%PROJECT%-sw\src
command.name.9.$(au3)=
calltip.*.use.escapes=1
command.19.beta=
command.33.beta=
title.full.path=1

 


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Did you make any modification to SciTEGlobal.properties as that uses the "font.monospace" settings?

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Yes, I did. I think the only change I made to SciTEGlobal.properties was to show the Output pane by default and to set its size; I made that change long after the font-size problem appeared.

SciTEGlobal.properties modification fragment:

:
:
#output.horizontal.size=200
#output.vertical.size=60
#output.initial.hide=1
output.horizontal.size=200
output.vertical.size=150
output.initial.hide=0
:
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I see the same happening, where the font size changes when typing Ctrl+/, but have difficulty to properly determine which font size each is.
Needs some more investigation.

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Yes. It looks to me like the initially-displayed font is the next smaller one within the list of available sizes, but that's just based on trying out different typefaces and sizes. My vision isn't sharp enough to say with any real certainty what is being displayed. :) I wish I could select some text and display its properties, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do that.

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The Ctrl+ ; Ctrl- ; Ctrl/ are controlling zooming and not really the Font size directly. 
I don't know why yet but it looks like SciTE starts one click below the regular 100% zoom level at startup.

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Ok... found the issue. The SciTEGlobal contains:

magnification=-1

Which does what I described in the previous post namely setting the zoomlevel one click lower.

Put this in your SciTEUSer.properties and all is fine:

magnification=0

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The zooming detail went in one eye and out the other. Thanks for the fix! B)


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Somehow I uncommented those 2 lines in the SciTEGlobal.properties in my distribution, but will fix that for the next version. :)

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Great!

When I fixed the setting just now, I didn't notice

output.magnification=-1

but sorted it out quickly. (Had to change the Output pane size anyway.)


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50 minutes ago, Jos said:

Somehow I uncommented those 2 lines in the SciTEGlobal.properties in my distribution, but will fix that for the next version. :)

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45 minutes ago, tremolux66 said:

Great!

When I fixed the setting just now, I didn't notice

output.magnification=-1

but sorted it out quickly. (Had to change the Output pane size anyway.)

 

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    • cheeroke
      By cheeroke
      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?
       
      Thanks
    • therks
      By therks
      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
    • argumentum
      By argumentum

      On the above pic. of the ASCII table, one can see in a "normal" size, the characters below 32.
      I use this chars. to visualize data and comm stuff, and prefer to see it in Terminal, size 9, 400, but in Win 10 looks tiny, forcing me to use a humongous size.
      I'd like to see it as I did in WinXP. If anyone knows how to go about it, by tweaking something or installing a replacement font, please let me know.
      Thanks
    • BrewManNH
      By BrewManNH
      I was looking for a toolbar modification for SciTE and I was checking various versions of SciTE that were available on the internet. They all had some problems for how I wanted to use the editor, so I looked here to see if there were any toolbar modifications for Scite. I found one very old script by YogiBear (Volly) from 2006 that looked promising, though there were issues with it. I decided to see what I could do to modify this script, and make some improvements to it if possible. This script is the result of that work.

      It's not perfect and definitely could use some tweaking, but I thought that it had matured enough, and was mostly stable enough to release the updated version.

      Changelog:
      Version 2.0.1
      Minor update to remove all the old Obfuscator directives and replaced them with #Au3Stripper directives instead. I also corrected a minor bug that only showed up for me on one computer I tried this on, and caused the tool bar to crash for others as well.
      SciTE toolbar version 2.0
      Changed the settings values to use constants instead of 'magic numbers' The icons on the toolbar weren't lining up with the separator characters or with the toolbar GUI because they weren't set with the resize setting for the icons, only for the separators. Changed to using arrays for everything, it makes it a lot easier to loop through the controls Added a line to use an alternate path to the SciTE program, so you can start it using, for example, the portable version instead of installed version for those that don't install AutoIt and/or SciTE4AutoIt3. It will accept a commmand line parameter that points to the SciTE executable. Removed a lot of Global variables by moving the GUI creation and monitoring to the Main function and passing variables from it. I embedded the icon files into the script so that there isn't a separate download of the icon files used here. Saves download time and makes the package smaller. Modification of tools is easier because the icon names, tooltip text, and SciTE command codes are saved in the INI file upon first start up. These can be modified after the script has been run once, even after it's been compiled, by changing the ini file information, you can modify this script to automate it, or you can change it manually in any text editor. The icon files are now using, in just my opinion, better looking icons, after all it's been 7 years and icon files have matured. I have included a file with all of the constants that SciTE uses for its menu commands which comes from the SciTE source file "scite.h", so you can use this file to help you modify the commands that the toolbar works with, by figuring out what each of these values represent in SciTE. The core of the script is pretty much the same, I've just fixed a couple of issues that it had, tweaked a few things, added some new functionality and "prettied" it up a bit.

      If anyone has any suggestions as to improvements, bugs/bugfixes, etc. please let me know.

       
      scitetoolbar.zip
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