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Editing your scripts:
Editing a script "In Bind Maker"
- There are 2 ways of editing your scripts. One will place the items into bind maker as if you were first creating it, the other will open it up in a text editor and you can edit the text by hand. If Bind Maker is unable to reverse engineer the script and load it, it will open it up in the text editor dialog for you to edit by hand (although it should be able to reverse engineer 99% of the scripts out there).
- Select the script in your current binds list that you wish to edit and right click in the Current Bind Settings window to bring up your menu. Select "Edit This Bind" à In Bind Maker.
Fig 1: Selecting the option to edit in the script with bind maker’s user interface
Fig 2: Notice that any custom commands in your script will show up in the check box that contains your binding items (just as A_CUSTOM_SCRIPT does).
- Check, uncheck, and edit sequence of these items, just as if you were creating a new bind, and press the "Commit Edit" button in the tool bar:
Editing a script "As Text"
- To undo an edit in once you’ve selected to edit it, simply press the Undo button in the toolbar (as shown above). The "Undo" button and menu option only becomes available during a bind edit operation.
- Select the script in your current binds list that you wish to edit and right click in the Current Bind Settings window to bring up your menu. Select "Edit This Bind" As Text.
Fig 2: selecting the option to edit the script in a text editor dialog window
- This will bring up the text bind item editor dialog window
Deleting Your Scripts:
- Edit any items you need to by hand (or insert any other items you wish to add) and press "OK" to commit the changes. Pressing "Cancel" will undo the edit and no changes will be made.
- To Delete a bind, simply select the bind to delete and select that option in the context menu:
- As an Additional Note: if you wish to make a script that uses a custom alias that you have created outside of bind maker and wish to include it in your script, simply create your script like normal, and add it to your Current Bind Settings. Then edit that script "as text" and add your custom item / command there in the text editor.