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Compiling script has no selection (x64 or x86)

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Magikarp7

Hi guys.

I have a program here that when I am trying to compile to make the .exe file, the window that usually pops out (where you can select x64 or x86) is gone. It just straights up makes the .exe file without any configurations by me beforehand. Why is this happening?

Also my autofill for variables and functions I assigned do not work when coding on the editor. For example I assigned the variable $check. When I type in $che there will be no autocomplete suggestions. I need to type in the whole variable/function everytime.

Is there something missing in my installation? any help would be appreciated.

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Jos

Show me the output from the SciTE outputpane when doing the compile so I can see what you are running.

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Magikarp7
26 minutes ago, Jos said:

Show me the output from the SciTE outputpane when doing the compile so I can see what you are running.

Jos

Thanks for the reply Jos,

it just shows this on the panel when I compile.

>"C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\SciTE\..\aut2exe\aut2exe.exe" /in "C:\Users\123\Desktop\123 abc Project\blabla remake v1 (BETA).au3"
>Exit code: 0    Time: 2.624

It acts normally but the .exe file is made instantly without the popup prompts before I compile.
 

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Ok, that means you are using the lite version of SciTE that comes with the AutoIt3 Installer, so guess you have made some changes to the setup or installed an update.
You are probably used to use the Full version of SciTE4AutoIt3, which is the separate installer and has the Ctrl+F7 menu to specify the options for compilation and SciTEConfig to define your own Keywords/functions. Just download and reinstall it.

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1 minute ago, Jos said:

Ok, that means you are using the lite version of SciTE that comes with the AutoIt3 Installer, so guess you have made some changes to the setup or installed an update.
You are probably used to use the Full version of SciTE4AutoIt3, which is the separate installer and has the Ctrl+F7 menu to specify the options for compilation and SciTEConfig to define your own Keywords/functions. Just download and reinstall it.

Jos

Do you have the download link to that? I am currently using my office internet so my access is limited. If you can provide me a link to that version so I can notify the tech dudes here I would appreciate it. Thank you!

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