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Using Notepad ++ and Compare plugin

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If your using notepad plus but haven't used Compare plugin, its a free open source file and allows you to compare file by file in split screen view.

I am sure there are many others with advanced experience in this.

Notepad ++

https://notepad-plus-plus.org/

Notepad ++ Compare Function plugin

http://sourceforge.net/projects/npp-compare/

 

as the read me states, To install copy ComparePlugin.dll into the plugins directory C:\Program Files\Notepad++\Plugins

 

open two files, drag the one file over into split screen view and compare files. So you don't mess up your configurations and username, passwords

 

Sneakydude

p.s =:)

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What i need is a program or plugin that let you see if you did something wrong onside your script for example forgot a , at the end of a line.

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Another thing to make your life easier in Notepad++ is the SQF language, you can download it here

https://db.tt/Fadfnfqw (Install instructions are inside the .zip archive.) :)

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Another thing to make your life easier in Notepad++ is the SQF language, you can download it here

https://db.tt/Fadfnfqw (Install instructions are inside the .zip archive.) :)

This has saved me tons of time. I recommend this and compare for notepad++, super useful.

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Another thing to make your life easier in Notepad++ is the SQF language, you can download it here

https://db.tt/Fadfnfqw (Install instructions are inside the .zip archive.) :)

nice i think this is what i need:) does it read wrong writing aswell? Mis spell or something like that?

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nice i think this is what i need:) does it read wrong writing aswell? Mis spell or something like that?

Nope it doesn't however it pretty much highlights code with colours and such, and from that you can easily identify if you made a mistake :)

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Nope it doesn't however it pretty much highlights code with colours and such, and from that you can easily identify if you made a mistake :)

oke yeh that is fine by me aswell

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