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[TUT] Notepad++ Auto Complete & Syntax Highlighting


JR10

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This topic covers how could you add auto complete MTA functions and fast access to the function wiki page in notepad++.

Auto Complete And Syntax Highlighting:

viewtopic.php?f=91&t=76726

Function Wiki Page:

It's easy, it's basically, you select the function, run a command, and it opens the wiki page.

1. Run > Run

2. Type in: http://wiki.multitheftauto.com/wiki/$(CURRENT_WORD)

3. Save it to a bind.

4. Double click a function name in your .lua file, then click the bind.

5. The function's wiki page should open in your default browser now.

If you have any questions post them.

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Since it took me a while to figure this out, this might be useful for others. To turn on auto-completion, go to Settings -> Preferences -> Backup/Auto-Completion tab-> Check "Enable auto-completion on each input" -> Function completion radio button. This will turn on the box that pops up that lists the function names.

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