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yucatan

2 scrips at the same time

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yucatan

hello guys i use autoit + scite editor but i have a problem i cannot run 2 scripts from scite at the same time

do u guys know something to bypass that

then i can code on both project at the same time

and if i wanne test one i dont need to compile one when i compile i cannot see the errors he get

i prefire see the error's in scite itself does somebody know something to do this or any advice would be great

Greetz Yucatan

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BrettF
yucatan

Default behavior for SciTE isn't it?

what do u mean with that i dont understand ur answer

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Jos

Configure SciTE to open up multiple sessions to allow you to run multiple scripts.

Add this to your SciTEUser.properties

check.if.already.open=0
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yucatan

Configure SciTE to open up multiple sessions to allow you to run multiple scripts.

Add this to your SciTEUser.properties

check.if.already.open=0
where can i find SciTEUser.properties i searched my computer but he was unable to find it.

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Xand3r

in scite: Options->Open local options file

and paste it there... but this dosen't let you run a script multiple times...

it will only let you open multiple files each in a separate scite window and execute each of them

i think that yucatan wants a way to make scite not check if there is a script running from scite when you press f5 (there is none afaik)


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