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Hi Guys,

I am trying to configure the editor when its first loaded to be a specific screen size (not full window). I have had a look through the Global User properties, and can't see where this would be. Can somwone please point me in the right direction.

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KPJUK

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Create a file named

C:\Documents and Settings\...your username folder...\SciTEUser.properties

(if you do not already have one) and place something like this in it:

position.width=856

position.height=625

While you are in there, create a file named

C:\Documents and Settings\...your username folder...\Templates\Template.au3

and place all of the things that you like to be in each new au3 file created via "new" on the context menu:

right click > New > AutoIt v3 Script

Edited by herewasplato

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Create a file named

C:\Documents and Settings\...your username folder...\SciTEUser.properties

(if you do not already have one) and place something like this in it:

position.width=856

position.height=625

I would do it via the SciTE menu to ensure its created in the right directory. (win9x uses a different place)


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Hi Guys,

I am trying to configure the editor when its first loaded to be a specific screen size (not full window). I have had a look through the Global User properties, and can't see where this would be. Can somwone please point me in the right direction.

Cheers

KPJUK

Nice one Herestoplato,

this does exactly what I wanted.

cheers

Buddy.

JdeB,

I don't know how to do this via the menu, but its sorted now, thanks for the input.

Cheers guys

KPJUK

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

I would do it via the SciTE menu to ensure its created in the right directory. (win9x uses a different place)

I really should spend more time exploring SciTE.

I had not noticed that there or had forgotten it.

-MSP-

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

for the record: Options/Open User Options file

Thanks JdeB,

I did open that when searching through the properties files, but it was blank. I kind of expected there to be a template of options that I could change. Now I have created this file as per herewasplato instructions, it appears in User Options, but this is great feedback. I wonder how many others this will help!

Thanks bud,

KPJUK

Edited by KPJUK

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Having undergone a rebuild of my PC, this was a post that I searched for to "fix" my SciTE preperences, so thanks again guys for the input.

I used SciTE this time to save the file to my doc & Settings directory as per JdeB's post, which I now understand !

Cheers

KPJUK

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