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Just played with crimson for the first time - it's pretty cool.

I use the F1-help very often and really like the fact it jumps right to the function description in the Helpfile!. save lot of searching for the rigth syntax..

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I'm going to try and write an autoit script that installs the textpad and crimson syntax stuff and bundle that with the install so that in the Extra\Editors\ directory there will be a readme.txt for a manual installation and an auto_install.au3 script too.

Why not just write your installer to check for the existence of, and path to, Crimson and/or Textpad and install the syntax files to the proper folder(s) by default? They could be made as optional componets but shown as 'Checked' on the components page of the install.


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