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SciTE problem

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Heres the story:

I had changed the colors on SciTE... i didn't like it. So i went to the download page and downloaded the thing to modify the settings/colors. I tried that but it took away all the syntax hightlighing and made the text really small. I tried to just reinstall the whole thing but that didn't work either... any idea how to get it back?

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tried that

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I got it fixed... for the most part. The sie is normal and i got colors, but i set them up myself so there a little different that normal syntax highlighting

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Yeah

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well to change the color to original dont u just go to language and then Autoit 3 , and for size hold control and use your mouse scroll

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

nope, still the same

@ThatsGreat:

Yeah for the sie but i have changed the settings for the Autoit3 selection in the menu and it wont change back

Edited by codemyster

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I ran into a similar problem - I downloaded and installed 3.1.1, the latest beta, and scite. I ran the SciteConfig program, and it got rid of all of my colors.

Here is how I fixed them:

  • Open SciteConfig. Set everything on the first tab the way you want it (font, size).
  • Click Update and Exit.
  • Open "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTe\au3.properties" in Notepad. Copy the section that starts with "# White space" and ends with the line below "#Standard UDF's" (should be end of file).
  • Open the file "%USERPROFILE%\SciTEUser.properties" with Notepad (make a backup to be safe).
  • Select the section that starts with "# White space" and ends with the line below "#Standard UDF's".
  • Paste in the selection from au3.properties and save the file.
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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

I ran into a similar problem - I downloaded and installed 3.1.1, the latest beta, and scite. I ran the SciteConfig program, and it got rid of all of my colors.

Here is how I fixed them:

  • Open SciteConfig. Set everything on the first tab the way you want it (font, size).
  • Click Update and Exit.
  • Open "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTe\au3.properties" in Notepad. Copy the section that starts with "# White space" and ends with the line below "#Standard UDF's" (should be end of file).
  • Open the file "%USERPROFILE%\SciTEUser.properties" with Notepad (make a backup to be safe).
  • Select the section that starts with "# White space" and ends with the line below "#Standard UDF's".
  • Paste in the selection from au3.properties and save the file.
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Don't know how you can get into this situation but for some reason all colors get set to nothing.

Just simply remove the stuff from the SicteUser.properties by opening it in SciTE under: Options\open user options file....

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