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SciTE4 thing is annoying...

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I like using the sciTE4 thing to edit my scripts, but every time i open it it seems to want to go to cover like 99% of my screen... how can i make it open to the same size it was last opened to, like notepad does?

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I like using the sciTE4 thing to edit my scripts, but every time i open it it seems to want to go to cover like 99% of my screen... how can i make it open to the same size it was last opened to, like notepad does?

you can only set it to open Maximised or set a fixed size/position ....

Set the initial window size and position. If these are omitted then the environment's defaults are used. If the width or height are -1 then the window is maximised.

Add these to your SciTE user settings if you want to change it to something else:

position.left=0

position.top=0

position.width=-1

position.height=-1


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hmmm... ok thanks.

Maybe for next version they could have an option for the editor to remember the last size / location.

Any SciTE internal design requests will have to be posted in the SciTE interest page because I am supplying the standard SciTE version as release by Neil Hodgson in the SciTE4AutoIt3 installer....

:P


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I guess you could always write a small AutoIt program that would change those variables based on the current screen position of SciTE. Be a nice inclusion into the SciTE4AutoIt3 distribution package.

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