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Changing default content of new .au3 file

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Is there a way to change the default content of a new .au3 file?

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Can you give a before and after example of what your looking for?


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I believe he means the content of a new AutoIt script created via Windows' right-click menu.

On my system this file resides at C:\Windows\ShellNew\Template.au3.

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I believe he means the content of a new AutoIt script created via Windows' right-click menu.

On my system this file resides at C:\Windows\ShellNew\Template.au3.

Yes that is exactly what I meant. Thanks, I've been looking for that for some time now.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

...On my system this file resides at C:\Windows\ShellNew\Template.au3.

Yes, you can change that one, but I think that doing so will change "new files" for all users.

For a "per user" template, copy that one to:

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Templates\Template.au3

and change it the way you like.

later...

Edit: assumes W2k or Xp OS

I assume that "per user" templates can be setup for other operating systems using profile folders.

Edited by herewasplato

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I forgot that even existed!! :P


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