ConsoleWrite('>Message here.' & @CRLF) outputs colored text (per + > - ! characters).
ConsoleWrite('warning' & @TAB & '38' & @TAB & 'more text ...' & @CRLF) enables jump to line 38 on doubleclick.
Using "jump to line" format, only red and pink text coloring seems possible (simply prefixing color directives to output-text disables jump to line functionality). Is it possible to combine the two (define custom color while keeping "jump to line" functionality)?
I don't have any experience compiling AutoIt scripts or know of any best practices regarding said scripts so I was wondering, what are some of the options for passing data to complied scripts? Here's an example of what I mean by "option": Writing data to a text file, then running a script which reads the data from that text file.
I apologize if this topic is a little lackluster
After testing various schemes (themes) in the settings for the newest SciTE editor (v. 4.1.2), I discovered that I wasn't able to fully reset it back to its original colors (See snapshot). Specifically, after applying the "__SciTE4AutoIt3_Dark ==> Dark SciTE4AutoIt3 Color scheme."
The problem: The Line number column and the Output console do not reset back to their original colors.
The Solution: Delete or edit the user config file. You can safely delete the config file because it will completely regenerate on SciTE restart- with it's factory (out of the box) color scheme.
I also wrote a small script that will do it programatically: How to reset SciTE scheme in version 4.1.2.
I'm using SciTE v22.214.171.124 I think, and I find this very annoying (GIF):
I've searched around but found nothing that helped including this:
So the problem obviously is that when I go to a new line after "EndIf", it removes the tab which I don't want to happen.
Is there any fix?
I've tried to change some configs such as
Line 183: # Indentation Line 185: indent.size=0 Line 187: #indent.auto=0 Line 188: indent.automatic=0 Line 189: indent.opening=0 Line 190: indent.closing=0 Line 191: #tab.indents=0 Line 192: #backspace.unindents=0 strip.trailing.spaces=0 But nothing seems to get rid of this.