[WT-support] Script Editor?

Bob Wilson, N6TV n6tv at arrl.net
Sun Nov 20 21:10:45 CET 2011

I'm guessing that SciTE installation directory may not be in your Windows
PATH?  Can you run SciTE from a Windows command prompt without specifying
its location?

Another option is to select "Use another text editor" and give it the full
path to the SciTE executable (.exe) file.

Note:  for Emacs users, under Options Script Editor Configuration,use:

Path:  C:\emacs-20.7\bin\gnuclientw.exe (or similar)
File Open: "%F"
File Open with Line Positioning:  +%L "%F"

Bob, N6TV

On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 6:01 AM, Franta Bendl <dj0zy at i--i.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am not able to invoke the Script Editor from Script Manger using
> SciTe. SciTe is installed and it is also no problem to start the
> SciTe from the Windows Explorer and edit a script. But if I try in
> Script Manager to select a script and to start the editor using "Edit"
> button nothing happen!?
> In the Script Editor Configuration "Use SciTe" and "Use SciTe
> output" is set.
> Running WT 4.9.1 under XP.
> 73 de Franta/DJ0ZY
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Bob, N6TV
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