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ETScript 3 Readme

By Nick Thissen    aka    Flippy

Contents

1.      Summary. 2

2.      Features. 2

2.1.       Standard features. 2

2.1.1.         Find & Replace (menu Edit). 3

2.1.2.         Go to (menu Edit). 3

2.2.       Extended features. 3

2.2.1.         Recent files list (menu File). 4

2.2.2.         Templates  (menu File). 4

2.2.3.         Auto-Indentation & Block indentation. 4

2.3.       Multiple Document Interface (MDI). 4

2.4.       Special features. 5

2.4.1.         Intellisense & AutoComplete. 6

2.4.2.         AutoBackups. 6

2.4.3.         Line numbering. 6

2.5.       Tools. 6

2.5.1.         The Scriptcommand panel, Error list and Quick Find   (menu View). 7

2.5.2.         Bookmarks (menu Tools). 7

2.5.3.         Accum count (menu Tools). 7

2.5.4.         Bracket count (menu Tools). 7

2.5.5.         Comment selection & Uncomment selection (menu Tools). 8

2.5.6.         AutoBackup Manager. 8

3.      Options. 9

3.1.       General 9

3.2.       Text editor. 9

3.3.       AutoBackup. 10

3.4.       Appearance. 10

4.      Contact. 10

5.      Thanks. 11

 

1.     Summary

 

ETScript is a script editor designed specifically for Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory map script files. These script files are usually written in simple text editors like Notepad, which offer very little extra support.

ETScript is different. While it hosts all useful features popular text editors like Notepad have, it also hosts a ton of features designed specifically for W:ET script files.

 

You will probably find ETScript superior over Notepad, simply because it looks and handles identical to Notepad, plus a ton of extra features. These features are mostly aimed toward W:ET script files and help you to write your scripts quicker, easier and with less errors.

 

2.     Features

 

2.1.          Standard features

The standard features are the features also present in most other simple text-editors, like Notepad. A few of them however work a little differently; the differences will be explained in another subsection.

 

The most well-known standard features are of course the New, Open, Save and Save As functions. These functions are found in the File menu, or in the toolbar. Other well-known functions are the Undo/Redo, Cut, Copy, Paste and Select All functions, and the Find & Replace and Go to functions. These are all found in the Edit menu as usual, or in the toolbar.

 

Name / Location

Description

File – New

Opens a blank script, possibly with template (see …)

File – Open

Open a script file of choice.

File – Save

Saves the currently active script to the last saved location.

File – Save As

Saves the currently active script to a location of choice.

Edit – Undo

Undoes the last action.

Edit – Redo

Redoes the last undone action.

Edit – Cut

Cuts the selected text onto the Clipboard.

Edit – Copy

Copies the selected text onto the Clipboard.

Edit – Paste

Pastes the text on the Clipboard into the script.

Edit – Select All

Selects the entire script.

Edit – Find & Replace

Opens the File & Replace dialog.

Edit – Go to

Opens the Go to dialog.


What's New in Version 1.0.0   See changelog

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