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Michel Claveau

How to set "Code" + "Autoit" in posted message? [solved]

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Hi!

I try

[code: Autoit

[code= Autoit

[code; Autoit

etc.

but don't found the True syntax.

Thank for solution

Edited by Michel Claveau

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Use the test thread

The correct syntax is [autoit ]MsgBox(0, "", "test")[/autoit ] without spaces.

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Use the test thread

The correct syntax is [autoit ]MsgBox(0, "", "test")[/autoit ] without spaces.

I prefer the [code ] tag myself. It's used exactly the same. 

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The correct syntax is [autoit ]MsgBox(0, "", "test")[/autoit ] without spaces.

MsgBox(0, "Thanks!", "For your answer.")

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Michel Claveau,

Put [code ] before and [/code ] after your posted code (but omit the trailing space - it is only there so the tags display here).

I presume the same is true for AutoIt tags - but using these reportedly reduces the posted code to gibberish if you edit the post.

You can also use [codebox ] and [/codebox ] tags if your code is very long (it adds a scroll bar) - but you also need to have code tags inside them or you lose all formatting.

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I presume the same is true for AutoIt tags - but using these reportedly reduces the posted code to gibberish if you edit the post.

It is gibberish after edit only if you have more than one autoit code box.

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Try to avoid using the Autoit tags at all since they are responsible for messing up many replies. Just stick with code tags


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