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hmm.. add my own to helpfile?

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how do i update the helpfile?

i want to add the NomadMemory.au3 functions to my helpfile.

also

i want to add the stuff needed so when i start typing in scite it will show me the proper way how to.

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how do i update the helpfile?

i want to add the NomadMemory.au3 functions to my helpfile.

also

i want to add the stuff needed so when i start typing in scite it will show me the proper way how to.

ex: Posted Image

You should search. This question (#2) was asked less than 5 days ago! ;)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

i did look in search.. it was the first thing i did..

i searched:

update helpfile

how to update helpfile

update scite

and instead of telling me to use the search command with im not a moron i know that is one of the first things to do when im looking for something.. why not help me out and give me a clue on what to look for..

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how do i update the helpfile?

i want to add the NomadMemory.au3 functions to my helpfile.

also

i want to add the stuff needed so when i start typing in scite it will show me the proper way how to.

ex: Posted Image

If i'm not mistaken, which I may be, a html help file is just a 'web browser' browsing a bunch of online files that it reads.

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well when i go to edit the helpfile i cant find a program to read it xD

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

how do i update the helpfile?

i want to add the NomadMemory.au3 functions to my helpfile.

also

i want to add the stuff needed so when i start typing in scite it will show me the proper way how to.

ex: Posted Image

That is not actually part of the help file. Have a look in your Scite directory for au3.api to see the existing entries. You can add your own to au3.user.calltips.api in the same directory. For me the path is C:\program files\scite\api\. I have added my own UDF's calltips to the au3.user.calltips.api file before, it's quite handy. Edited by RobSaunders

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