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1) Easiest way to spot detect web? 2) 'Real' tooltip?

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1) I had an 'include' script that basically just pinged a site and, if it came back within a reasonable amount of time, declared there to be a valid web connection. I'd like to see if there's a better way; one that won't trigger the Dial-Up connection on some systems.

Recommendations? Is the best way to just compare the IP# with 169.254.. or 0.0.0.0?

2) I'm curious if there's a way to change the 'mouseover tooltip' on my running scripts. I don't mean the "Tooltip()" command that forces one to pop up. I mean the one that show the compiled script's name when I put the mouse over its icon.

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I think the answer to 2 lies in the function TraySetToolTip.

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I think the answer to 2 lies in the function TraySetToolTip.

LOL - Thanks. I have got to disable the regular help file from coming up in SciTE.

One down, one to go.

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