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Numbered lines.

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Like, in most text editors, and SciTE?

How, each line has its number on the far left.

Any AutoIt Alternatives?


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Hi,

Scite has the option Line Numbers. Or what do you mean?

So long,

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Nevermind, Found it.

The numbers on the left, telling you which line your on.

The scintilla one isnt too good. xP

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Anyone?


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100% autoit alternative, Is what im looking for.


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100% autoit alternative, Is what im looking for.

I don't understand your statement:

The scintilla one isnt too good

Do you honestly think an AutoIt alternative is going to better/faster/more reliable (since obviously it would have to be crafted from scratch)?

Do you know how to use the scintilla option, or is that your reasoning for saying it isn't a good option (because you don't know how to use it)?


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I know a full autoit alternative would be worse, I dont want to use the scintilla one, because I want it standalone, I only want one executable, no dlls or ocx.


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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

I know a full autoit alternative would be worse, I dont want to use the scintilla one, because I want it standalone, I only want one executable, no dlls or ocx.

The SciTE version that comes with the AutoIt3 installer is a single file editor ... but I am sure you don't want that because it still uses that stupid Scintilla logic..... Edited by JdeB

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I know a full autoit alternative would be worse, I dont want to use the scintilla one, because I want it standalone, I only want one executable, no dlls or ocx.

I messed around a little bit with it last night, I had it working partially (don't have the code anymore), and it was a pain in the rear really. I'm curious, you posted this topic 6 days ago, what have you come up with in those 6 days in efforts that have failed... may be more motivating for someone to "fix" something rather than having to do it from scratch.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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I messed around a little bit with it last night, I had it working partially (don't have the code anymore), and it was a pain in the rear really. I'm curious, you posted this topic 6 days ago, what have you come up with in those 6 days in efforts that have failed... may be more motivating for someone to "fix" something rather than having to do it from scratch.

I completely forgot about it. :whistle:

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