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Who need a home page? When a new version comes out I download and install it. :) :)

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I couldn't find a link to the Scite4AutoIt3 homepage from the AutoIt homepage. Is there a way to navigate there through the website? If not that would be a good link from the AutoIt3 page.

*** Matt @ MPCS

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Good idea

oops:

The topframe for the "Online Documentation" shows the contents of the includefile:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/header.inc

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

:) Not when i try it ....

its the include file used for all webpages.....

Anybody else see this ?


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I couldn't find a link to the Scite4AutoIt3 homepage from the AutoIt homepage. Is there a way to navigate there through the website? If not that would be a good link from the AutoIt3 page.

*** Matt @ MPCS

There will be. And a link in the help file editors section too.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

This happens to me using FireFox.

But it works OK with IE.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Updated the pages to make sure the names are all *.php and changed the formatting. Could you try again for me ?.. (don't have FireFox installed here to test...)

EDIT: Looks good with firefox now.....

Edited by JdeB

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EDIT: Looks good with firefox now.....

check

looking good

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Updated the pages to make sure the names are all *.php and changed the formatting. Could you try again for me ?.. (don't have FireFox installed here to test...)

EDIT: Looks good with firefox now.....

Ahh, yeah. The include command is a php thing :)

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Ahh, yeah.  The include command is a php thing :)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

So you mean to say the Mickysofts IE does something extra here .... :)

Would expect it would be a serverside issue..... oh well it works...

tnx all for the input


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So you mean to say the Mickysofts IE does something extra here ....  :)

Would expect it would be a serverside issue.....  oh well  it works... 

tnx all for the input

IE doesn't comply to standards :) It probably just sees the include command and goes "what the hell, looks like an include type thing". Which is fine until you start relying on that behaviour and then you change browser ;)

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