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Collapse all SciTe Folds Hotkey

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Does anyone know of a hotkey/way to collapse all of the syntax folding in SciTE with one fell swoop? Not really a necessity, but it'd be pretty spiffy to be able to collapse all of my syntax folds at once and not have to do a lot of clicking everytime I open some scripts. :D

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Meaby i'm wrong but when You are running the script by F5 key in SciTe You are receiving all syntax errors in console on the bottom of screen :D


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....able to collapse all of my syntax folds at once and not have to do a lot of clicking everytime I open some scripts. :D

For the opening of scripts to be folded by default, then add this into your User Options file and save.

# Folding
# enable folding, and show lines below when collapsed.
fold=1
fold.compact=1
fold.flags=16
fold.symbols=2
fold.on.open=1
fold.comment=1
fold.preprocessor=1

These are the options that I currently use. Use Megas' method as needed while the file is open.

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For the opening of scripts to be folded by default, then add this into your User Options file and save.

# Folding
# enable folding, and show lines below when collapsed.
fold=1
fold.compact=1
fold.flags=16
fold.symbols=2
fold.on.open=1
fold.comment=1
fold.preprocessor=1

These are the options that I currently use. Use Megas' method as needed while the file is open.

:D

Cool beans, thanks peeps!

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Sorry to grave dig a 2 year old thread, but I found a "solution" to this minor annoyance.

You could just make an autoit script to "add" the hotkey.

#NoTrayIcon
HotKeySet("!`", "HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner")
HotKeySet("!0", "_Exit")
Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)
While 1
    Sleep(1000)
WEnd
Func HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner()
    WinMenuSelectItem("SciTE", "Source", "&View", "Toggle &all folds")
EndFunc   ;==>HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner
Func _Exit()
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

@ BitByteBit

Sorry to grave dig a 2 year old thread, but I found a "solution" to this minor annoyance.

Same here, but thanks for your post. I also have added to a 2 year old post, in hopes someone can either use this information, or clean it up and improve upon it. :)

#NoTrayIcon

HotKeySet("!`", "HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner")
HotKeySet("!1", "_ToggleSelectedregionsInnerFolds")
HotKeySet("!0", "_Exit")

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)

While 1
Sleep(1000)
WEnd

Func HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner()
WinMenuSelectItem("SciTE", "Source", "&View", "Toggle &all folds")
EndFunc ;==>HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner

Func _ToggleSelectedregionsInnerFolds()
Local $FuncNotes = "; #FUNCTION#",$Look4FuncNotes = 0
$SciTEHWND = WinGetHandle("SciTE", "Source")
$Temp = WinGetTitle($SciTEHWND)
ConsoleWrite($Temp&@CRLF)
$Temp1= StringSplit($Temp," - SciTE ",3)
If @error Then Return
$SciTEtitle = $Temp1[0]
$FileOpen = FileOpen($SciTEtitle,0)
If $FileOpen = -1 Then Return
$FileRead = FileRead($FileOpen)
FileClose($FileOpen)
ClipPut("")
WinActivate($SciTEHWND)
Send("{HOME}")
Send("+{END}")
Send("^c")
$Region = ClipGet()
$Temp = StringInStr($FileRead,$Region,0)
If @error then Return
$Temp1 = StringTrimLeft($FileRead,$Temp-1)
$Temp2 = StringInStr($Temp1,"#endregion",0)
$FoundRegion = StringLeft($Temp1,$Temp2+10)
ConsoleWrite($FoundRegion&@CRLF)
$Count = 0
Do
$Temp = StringInStr($FoundRegion,"EndFunc",2,$Count+1)
If $Temp = 0 Then ExitLoop
$Count+=1
ConsoleWrite("Found End function "&$Count&" here: "&$Temp&@CRLF)
Until 1<>1
If $Count = 0 Then Return
$Look4FuncNotes = StringSplit($FoundRegion,$FuncNotes,1)
If @error then
$Look4FuncNotes = 0
Else
$Look4FuncNotes = 1
EndIf
ConsoleWrite("Found "&$Count&" Functions "&@CRLF)
WinActivate($SciTEHWND)
Send("{HOME}")
Send("{DOWN}")
WinMenuSelectItem($SciTEHWND,"","&Search","&Find")
Send("EndFunc")
Send("{ENTER}")
For $x=1 to $count
WinMenuSelectItem("SciTE", "Source", "&View", "Toggle ¤t fold")
Send("{HOME}")
Send("{UP}")
Send("{DOWN}")
Send("{DOWN}")
If $x <> $count Then Send("{F3}")
Next
If $Look4FuncNotes = 1 Then
WinActivate($SciTEHWND)
Send("^{HOME}")
WinMenuSelectItem($SciTEHWND,"","&Search","&Find")
Send("{#}"&StringTrimLeft($Region,1))
Send("{ENTER}")
Send("{HOME}")
Send("{DOWN}")
WinMenuSelectItem($SciTEHWND,"","&Search","&Find")
Send("; {#}FUNCTION{#}")
Sleep(300)
Send("{ENTER}")
Send("{HOME}")
For $x=1 to $count
WinMenuSelectItem("SciTE", "Source", "&View", "Toggle ¤t fold")
Send("{HOME}")
Send("{DOWN}")
If $x <> $count Then Send("{F3}")
Send("{HOME}")
Next
EndIf
EndFunc

Func _Exit()
Exit
EndFunc ;==>HowDidINotThinkOfThisSooner

a few caveats:

- I use regions to help sort through my code. If you use regions, put a name after the region of what that region contains. For this to work, they should all be different region names.

- Save your work before calling the hotkey. (good practice anyway), as the code will read your file to do the searching. (it will discover how many functions are contained in the region to toggle).

- Put your cursor anywhere on the desired #Region name where you want to toggle closed the below functions. Press the hotkey Alt 1

I find this very helpful, when you toggle ALL folds, and still want to drill down to a particuar function within a region. unfortunately, I don't know if there is a setting to auto fold these, so when you do the ALL, and then open a region, those functions are all expended. This utility add on will close all the folds for you only withhin the selected region.

Edited by kalel69

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Is there a way to collapse all variables that is declared globally outside all other functions and statements? 
oh Nevermind I have it all undermynoise from the beginning  of my scripting I just didnt Realize. I just answer my question then for some other guy that might need it

#Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form=c:\users\mk's\desktop\form1.kxf

scripts here...

#EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ###

Edited by senatin

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