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a attached Menu bar for SciTE

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Edited July 26, 2022 by ioa747 UpDate: Menu bar for SciTE  UpGrade   

Edited August 3, 2022 by ioa747 UpDate: UpDate data base & add the 'User Defined Function'

Edited January 13, 2023 by ioa747 UpDate: Update the data base to Autoit_Ver 3.3.16.1

 

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Nice addition!

I would make the integration simpler and not use an EXE .... especially not IPXed!.

  1. Unzip the source & ico's to the SciTE Subdir in  SciTE_PlusBar.
  2. Add something like this to your SciteUser.properties : (Use any free number above 39)
    # 45 SciTE_PlusBar  
    command.45.$(au3)="$(SciteDefaultHome)\..\AutoIt3.exe" "$(SciteDefaultHome)\SciTE_PlusBar\SciTE_PlusBar.au3"
    command.name.45.$(au3)=SciTE_PlusBar
    command.shortcut.45.$(au3)=Ctrl+Alt+T
    command.subsystem.45.$(au3)=2
    command.save.before.45.$(au3)=0
    command.quiet.45.$(au3)=1
  3. Make these changes in the Script: Add FileChangeDir to set the workdir to the scriptdir:
    FileChangeDir(@ScriptDir)
    ; Create an ImageList control for icons

You probably also want to test whether the script is already running to avoid running it multiple times!

#include <Misc.au3>
If _Singleton("SciTE_PlusBar", 1) = 0 Then Exit

 

It would be nice to develop this further by moving all options into an array at the top so it is easily configured as far as which option to show/hide and they sequence. :) 

Jos

 

 

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Dream of the future,
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a attached Menu bar for SciTE  UpGrade :)

Add new ability:
Menu editor
to reorder the items,
enable, disable items
add any existing menu by simply add the text name,
add any script or executable as entry,
many different settings,
and many  different profile for other programs from SciTE 

 

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_PlusBar_1.0.0.5.7z

 

Please, leave your comments and experiences here

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for the menu entry 'possibly used before declaration'   1598125501_220803143531311_SciTE_BDwzq.png.a12a98c9c54ba5877fca6f544fa5ab88.png

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I added to the data base and the 'User Defined Function'

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so you can find with the same  entry the missing  #include entry

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Just replace the entire _sqlite folder where it is in CMD folder ;)

Edited January 13, 2023 by ioa747 UpDate: Update the data base to Autoit_Ver 3.3.16.1

 

 

 

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Update the data base to Autoit_Ver 3.3.16.1 for the ('possibly used before declaration'   find  from selected const or func #include)

Just replace the entire _sqlite folder where it is in CMD folder ;)

Edited January 14, 2023 by ioa747 Re-update: because I left the #include <> word in the UDF functions. Sorry for that

_SQLite.zip

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Because I usually put a link at the top of script, which refers me to or from the post

i add a command, it look in the current line first, if there is a link opens it

If there is not, go to the header if there is a link opens it .   :) Thanks 

; https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/208404-scite-plusbar/?do=findComment&comment=1512082
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Title...........: GoToHeadUrl
; Description.....: Open the link from curent line or from the script header
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Local $sData, $ClipBack, $StrLink, $StrStart

Send("{HOME}") ; Go to start of line Ctrl+Home
Send("+!{END}") ; Extend selection to end of line. Shift+Alt+End

$ClipBack = ClipGet() ; backup clip data
Send("^c") ; copy curent line
Sleep(10) ;<-- increase if needed

$sData = ClipGet() ; retrive clip data
$StrStart = StringInStr($sData, "http")

If $StrStart > 0 Then
    $StrLink = StringTrimLeft($sData, $StrStart - 1)
Else ; nothing in line and go in header
    Send("^{HOME}") ; Go to start of document. Ctrl+Home
    Send("+!{END}") ; Extend selection to end of line. Shift+Alt+End
    Send("^c") ; copy curent line
    Sleep(10) ;<-- increase if needed
    $sData = ClipGet() ; retrive clip data
    $StrStart = StringInStr($sData, "http")
    If $StrStart > 0 Then
        $StrLink = StringTrimLeft($sData, $StrStart - 1)
    Else
        ToolTip(" No link found " & @TAB & @TAB & @TAB , @DesktopWidth / 3, @DesktopHeight / 10, " info", 1)
        Sleep(3000)
        Exit
    EndIf
EndIf

Send("{HOME}") ; Go to start of line
ClipPut($ClipBack) ; set old data back to clipboard
ShellExecute($StrLink) ; open the link

Re-update: January 23, 2023 last line from ShellExecute($sData)  to ShellExecute($StrLink)

and I also show how it will enter SciTE PlusBar together with the icon 

 

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GoToHeadUrl (2).ico

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Compare current script file with the given one (PSPad Text Diff)

  Open dialog box will come up. Select  File2, and perform Text Differences, with  current  File.

PSPad must be installed   http://www.pspad.com/en/download.php

; https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/208404-scite-plusbar/?do=findComment&comment=1512404
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Title..........:  PSPadCompareWith
; Description....:  Compare current script file with the given one (PSPad Text Diff)
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#AutoIt3Wrapper_AU3Check_Parameters=-d -w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w- 4 -w 5 -w 6 -w 7
#include <FileConstants.au3>

Local $PSPad = "D:\i\Pro\PSPad\PSPad.exe" ; * <-- give hear the PSPad executable path

Local $Scite_Hwnd = WinGetHandle("[CLASS:SciTEWindow]")
Local $sTitle = WinGetTitle($Scite_Hwnd)

Local $aTmp = StringSplit($sTitle, " - SciTE", 1)
If $aTmp[0] = 1 Then
    ; if not " - SciTE" found then is " * SciTE" (need save)
    WinMenuSelectItem($Scite_Hwnd, "", "&File", "&Save")
    $aTmp = StringSplit($sTitle, ' -  SciTE', 1)
EndIf

PSPadCompareWith($aTmp[1])

Exit
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Func PSPadCompareWith($MainScript)
    Local $iPos = StringInStr($MainScript, "\", 0, -1)
    Local $MyDir = StringLeft($MainScript, $iPos)

    Local Const $sMessage = "Select a script file to compare with curent."
    Local $sFileOpenDialog = FileOpenDialog($sMessage, $MyDir, "Autoit (*.au3)", $FD_FILEMUSTEXIST)
    If @error Then
        MsgBox(4144,"file error","No file found and cancel the operation")
        Exit
    Else
        ; "drive:\path\PSPad.EXE" [/switch  -switch] "file1" ["file2" ...]
        ShellExecute($PSPad, '-D ' & '"' & $sFileOpenDialog & '" "' & $MainScript & '"')
    EndIf

EndFunc   ;==>PSPadCompareWith
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

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