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lafafmentvotre

Hi everybody

When i use the "New" or "CTRL+N", my script is blank.

Is it possible to create a default template with parameters (like normal.dot for MSWORD) in AutoIT ?

Thanks for help

PS : sorry for my english

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lafafmentvotre

Hello

No idea ??

Thanks

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Airwolf

To be considerate toward other board members, please don't bump a post if it has not been left unanswered for at least 24 hours.

To answer your question: right-click in the directory where you want the template file and click New > AutoIt v3 Script. This will create a file with a default header in it.


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lafafmentvotre

Sorry

The right-click doesn't work for my request.

My request is how to create a template like "normal.dot for word" but for autoit (with my parameters, my includes, my comments, etc....).

Is it possible ?

Thanks for help

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MHz

Sorry

The right-click doesn't work for my request.

My request is how to create a template like "normal.dot for word" but for autoit (with my parameters, my includes, my comments, etc....).

Is it possible ?

Thanks for help

You can create a AutoIt script by right click in explorer. Add a template.au3 into your "%userprofile%\templates" directory for a custom template. If you type templates in the Run box in the start menu then it may take you to the templates directory otherwise include the %userprofile% variable. If you want other, then please mention what you want.

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