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I need Scite4utoIT3 w/ 3.2.8.1, where could I get this?

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You probably want AutoIt3 v 3.2.8.1 ?

Its the archive link at the bottom of the downloadspage: http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/archive/autoit/


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He means Scite4utoIt3 archive and not AutoIt archive.

I will appreciate such Scite4utoIt3 archive too.

I have some older Scite4AutoIt3 versions on my HDD so I can upload it somewhere.

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Why would you need an older version of SciTE4AutoIt3? Genuinely curious question here.

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Why would you need an older version of SciTE4AutoIt3? Genuinely curious question here.

To use with old versions of AutoIt. Some users are reluctant to move on, or once they do they decide to go back.


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So really they just want the definition files for older versions?

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Well, there is no need for an archive just for the definition files because the definition files are delivered with the autoit3 installer for a while now. :)


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Sooooo this is really a great discussion, but does anyone have what I'm looking for? I have the definition files on 1 machine, I installed 3.2.8.1, and overwrote the scite directory with the files from 1 machine, it works fine, but I was hoping for the original formal packaged version? The only reason I can't move on is because I have a diskpart.au3 that someone on here made and it doesn't work with the newest version. Otherwise I always update my scripts.

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Sooooo this is really a great discussion, but does anyone have what I'm looking for? I have the definition files on 1 machine, I installed 3.2.8.1, and overwrote the scite directory with the files from 1 machine, it works fine, but I was hoping for the original formal packaged version? The only reason I can't move on is because I have a diskpart.au3 that someone on here made and it doesn't work with the newest version. Otherwise I always update my scripts.

So what you want is all of the Scite files that came with AutoIt 3.2.8.1? Those I have as well as for most versions of AutoIt.

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So what you want is all of the Scite files that came with AutoIt 3.2.8.1? Those I have as well as for most versions of AutoIt.

I have that already, I was looking for the original packaged Scite4AutoIT3 v3.2.8.1.

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I have that already, I was looking for the original packaged Scite4AutoIT3 v3.2.8.1.

As far as I know there has never been a Scite4AutoIT3 v3.2.8.1. I think that the versions are still at 1.?.?.?

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As far as I know there has never been a Scite4AutoIT3 v3.2.8.1. I think that the versions are still at 1.?.?.?

NEXT!

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#14 ·  Posted (edited)

I have that already, I was looking for the original packaged Scite4AutoIT3 v3.2.8.1.

I have some older Scite4AutoIt3 versions.

I can upload it somewhere:

SciTE4AutoIt3 2007-09-09.exe

SciTE4AutoIt3 2007-09-09.zip

This is version for AutoIt 3.2.8.1

EDIT: Scite4AutoIT3 is versioned by date only

Edited by Zedna

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George is right. You clearly don't understand the relationship between your tools. You can use AutoIt version 3.2.8.1 perfectly fine with whatever the latest version of SciTE is. The two ARE NOT LINKED. I don't know when we started distributing the SciTE syntax definition files with AutoIt itself, but that is the only thing you would need to change with the latest version of SciTE.

Basically, you're saying you want to roll back your entire tool-set to use 1 script when all you need to do is either 1) Update the script; 2) Just down-grade your version of AutoIt. SciTE really has nothing to do with it.

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George is right. You clearly don't understand the relationship between your tools. You can use AutoIt version 3.2.8.1 perfectly fine with whatever the latest version of SciTE is. The two ARE NOT LINKED. I don't know when we started distributing the SciTE syntax definition files with AutoIt itself, but that is the only thing you would need to change with the latest version of SciTE.

Basically, you're saying you want to roll back your entire tool-set to use 1 script when all you need to do is either 1) Update the script; 2) Just down-grade your version of AutoIt. SciTE really has nothing to do with it.

That's not true though, because if you install the latest Scite4AutoIT3 then downgrade to 3.2.8.1, at least on my systems this occurs, the Scite files still reference the newer options in AutoIT. For example, RunAsSet is gone, it's now RunAs... so in 3.2.8.1 it was still RunAsSet. If I go to write a new line of code, you know how it automatically suggests afunction based on what you type? The downgrade will suggest RunAs, and not RunAsSet, so when I continue typing and do all the settings for that line, it doesn't turn it the correct color, or do the things Scite normally would with a command that it recognizes. Further, if you compile, it compiles it based on the newer settings, so if you try and use an "older" command even though the right version of AutoIT is installed Scite fails with a warning that you're using an unknown command within the script.

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Run UpdateDefs.exe in your Scite/Defs directory or use the shortcut in the start menu to change definitions. Scite4AutoIt3 is made for Production/Beta usage and the choice is up to you, which means you choose the definitions to use.

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#18 ·  Posted (edited)

NEXT!

Next what ?

Is this a "NEXT" as in "You shut up because you don't know what you are talking about" ?

As Zedna states: "SciTE4AutoIt3" doesn't have a visioning other than date because its a compilation of many tools with different version.

Try as Mhz suggests, that should work when the SciTE\Defs\production\ directory contains the correct files.

Edited by Jos

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I absolutely hate new SciTE4AutoIt3 collors and error popouts. They make me dizy and i want an old one, like from 4 years ago.

Where do i get it ?

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Recolor your version, or load one of the the other schemes from inside the SciTEConfig tool, under Editor Colors tab.


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