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Forum editors to edit premade au3 GUI's

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MrChris

I am currently using the SciTech editor and I must say I like it a bunch but are there any form editors that will let me take a AU3 gui and edit it at all? None of them I have seen yet seem to be able to open up a AU3 file.

Thanks,

MrChris

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Skrip

I would also like to know this, sounds helpful, VERY helpful.


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Jos

Haven't seen anybody trying to convert au3 GUI code to a Koda (.kcf) file yet but it should be possible... any takers ?

I have posted a KodaWrapper in the S&S forum which will enable you to update GUI's from within SciTE but a converter would be very nice ....

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WTS

yeah that would be very nice.. i thought of making a converter but it seems like such a tedious task.. it would probably be easier if the format was ini, instead of xml like.

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Richard Robertson

Why not a Visual Basic style editor for au3? It would have to be specifically formated, like VB, because otherwise the parser would have no idea where to start.

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MrChris

Assuming we are still talking about the same thing here. I was thinking of just taking some type of FORM editor and opening up a AU3 file with GUI controls in it and make changes to it....

When I typed up this question it was like 5:30 in the morning and I wasn't sure I asked the correct question in the correct context. As I thought it might have been just another noob question since I have been full of them lately.

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