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Autohotkey "Edit This Script" not working in Sublime Text

Postby capnhud on Thu Jan 13, 2011 9:13 pm

Instead of installing Autohotkey I just placed it in a directory on an external drive and my scripts run fine, but when I try to use Sublime Text as the editor to "Edit This Script" in the system tray all I get 2 panes that looks like Sublime text is trying to open the directory that autohotkey is stored in and then the actual script that it is supposed to be modifying. Anyone have a clue how to stop this>

Fixed it. The registry key needed "%1" at the end of it.
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