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More of a compiler question

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Hey guys!

Is there any way to make the Autoit compiler recognise user defined includes? I have a bunch of functions that I have written myself that I would like to have as an include for the certain task at hand. Is there any way that I can have autoit complete the syntax for me for my own defined functions (just like it does for msgbox, guiCTRLcreate, etc.)?

Thanks guys!

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:) Are you talking about the AutoComplete function of SciTE ?

If so, look at the SciTE4AutoIt3 Helpfile that comes with the full installer and look for "User Call Tips"

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*headdesk* That's what it was called.. autocomplete... I feel like a noob now :)

And yeah.. I wasn't using the modded version of the compiler. Just downloaded it and loving it already :)

Thanks!

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May be a stupid question, but is there a way of changing the colour and font style of user defined functions to another color, other than just black?

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You can add them to the file called properties\au3.UserUdfs.properties and they will get the same color as the standard UDFs.

the layout of au3.UserUdfs.properties is:

;User UDFs 
au3.keywords.user.udfs=_test _test2 _test3 \
    _test4 _test5 _test6 _test7 _test8 \
    _test9

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