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Notpad++ (Alt "F1") TTL Command Reference Enabled

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dpena
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by dpena » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:01 am
I finally figured out how to enable the "Alt F1" function key on Notpad++ 6.3 or higher to forward you to the reference pages on the web.

WARNING: You must have web access in order for these steps to work and also have installed the Syntax Highlighting from this post before continuing.

IF YOU HAVE NOTEPAD++ 6.3 or higher INSTALLED THEN:
Step 1: Exit notepad++ 6.3 or higher and insure the program is not running.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE NOTEPAD++ 6.3 INSTALLED THEN:
Step 1: Install the latest release


Step 2: Launch regular notepad that comes with every Windows operating system.
Step 3: Open the following files in regular notepad:
NOTE: Insure Notepad++ 6.3 or higher is not running.

Step 4: Overwrite the content seen with the following code by copy and pasting the following XML code in its entirety onto the 2 shortcuts.xml files listed in Step 3.


Step 5: Save these new changes by going to File/Save or CTRL+S.
Step 6: Launch Notepad++ and open your TTL code and place your cursor on a TTL command and hit the "Alt F1" key stroke. If all goes well, a browser will open up and place right on the correct sourceforge help manual page.

Note: There are some TTL commands like "if, then, elseif, else, endif" that will not work because an individual html page was not created but lumped into a single html page. For the most part most commands work great.

Enjoy! :nerd:
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by dpena » Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:42 pm
Please refer to this other post aswell.
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