Talk:Using Notepad Plus Plus as a script editor

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I think I broke the wiki :P Its supposed to be Notepad++ but it doesn't seem to accept "++" in the wiki page title. I tried %2B%2B and ++ with similar results. If anyone can fix this it'd be great. If anyone could delete Using_Notepad_as_a_script_editor --AnomalousUnderdog 22:05, 1 April 2010 (PDT)

You're right, it looks like you broke it! I can't delete or rename [[Using Notepad++ as a script editor]] as it just tells me "Could not delete the page or file specified. (It may have already been deleted by someone else.)". I got rid of the redirect named Using Notepad as a script editor, though. Not sure how to fix this without editing the database directly. --NCarter 05:18, 2 April 2010 (PDT)

Sorted List for Autocorrect

Apparently the list of Keyword Tags in the API file must be sorted according to the "name" attribute, else notepad++ will fail to read it without warning. Anyone else experience this? --BluntWeapon 04:33, 3 May 2012 (PDT)

sep 2012 highlighting walkthrough not valid from some version onwards

i just had a go at the manual keyword add for highlighing in aug2012 version

it doesnt work

took me 1 hour in all looking up info about scintilla editors and other hacks,

i think you should just update this page to say: do this with version xx because we know for sure it doesnt work with version aug2012 onwards,

see this is what i added:

like this: fontStyle="3" fontSize="" keywordClass="instre1" ADError ADErrorCode ADErrorCode.ApplicationInactive ......................etc....... zero />

No, no, no. Don't put the keywords inside the tag declaration itself. Put it in the tag's contents. You'll want to learn some basic html/xml syntax if you're choosing to dabble with this. Here are examples: UnityScript:, C#: --AnomalousUnderdog (talk) 08:40, 7 October 2012 (CEST)

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