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When I installed version 3.3.16 I asked that scripts that I click on open. But ever since then I have been unable to open them from File explorer. They run. I have tried opening them with SciTE as well but that didn't work. I have a work around, I have a script that I already use to open a specific group of scripts and so I open that and manage file open to open the other script.

My second problem is more difficult. When I run a script in SciTE if I right click on the notification button it gives me the option of Exit but although the icon disappears from the notification area the script keeps running and the only way to stop it is with Task Manager and that not only stops the script but it closes SciTE as well.

Any help would be appreciated.:)

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1 hour ago, Graeme said:

When I installed version 3.3.16 I asked that scripts that I click on open. But ever since then I have been unable to open them from File explorer. They run. I have tried opening them with SciTE as well but that didn't work.

Install the full version of SciTE4AutoIt3 and run SciTEConfig to set the default to Edit again.

1 hour ago, Graeme said:

My second problem is more difficult. When I run a script in SciTE if I right click on the notification button it gives me the option of Exit but although the icon disappears from the notification area the script keeps running and the only way to stop it is with Task Manager and that not only stops the script but it closes SciTE as well.

Is this with the Full version or the SciTE that comes with AutoIt3? The Full version should not have this issue as it is using AutoIt3Wrapper which launches a Watcher script to handle all of this.  

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