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Can one script read what line another script is on?

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I have a script that controls an application I use. Works great. I have a second script that works with the first script that works as a toolbar. What I'm asking is when an action is in progress on the first script, and a button is clicked on the toolbar is clicked, the toolbar script will check the first script to make sure the requested action can be performed. If the action can't be performed, it will do nothing. I was thinking it could do this by seeing what line the first script was on, or am I reaching here? I'm hopeing I'm making myself clear on this.

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if this involves the SciTE toolbar... just have one script write to the ini in a new sectiojn... that section can be deleted or used at different times

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

no, this involves my script that wiorks with ServiceDesk. I have to toolbar send keystrokes to simulate the hotsetkeys I have hot while the UNPlus script runs. I thought of a possible bug, and was thinking of a workaround. I thought if I could monitor what the UNPlus script was doing, I could make the toolbar script not send the command if the unplus script was processing a command.

@Wouter: I do like the idea, and it would take some work. If it is the best way to handle it, I will go with that, but if there is a easier way.....I'm all ears.

Edited by vollyman

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