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AccuTerm 7 vs 2k2 - No More IntelliSense?

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Category: AccuTerm
Forum Name: Scripting & Automation
Forum Description: Customize and control AccuTerm using scripts and automation
URL: http://forum.asent.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=2730
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Topic: AccuTerm 7 vs 2k2 - No More IntelliSense?
Posted By: kbdav
Subject: AccuTerm 7 vs 2k2 - No More IntelliSense?
Date Posted: November 25 2019 at 1:35pm
Our company finally upgraded from AccuTerm 2k2 to AccuTerm 7, but I am strongly considering staying away from the "upgrade" as long as possible because it appears that the IDE's IntelliSense has been removed from the script/macro editor, which I use almost daily.

IntelliSense basically is an autocomplete feature within the IDE. For example, if I were to type:

Dim s As

there would be a list of all options I could declare a variable as. This feature is now completely gone after the update, and I've tested it on another PC in the office and even on a trial version of AccuTerm 7 on my home PC.

Is there an add-on or something I am missing to get this feature to work, or did I just perform a downgrade from 2k2 to 7?

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Alternatively, is there a hack I could perform to replace a some of the new files located within the /Atwin71/ directory from the /Atwin/ directory that would allow me to use the old IDE? The Atvbs2k3.dll file looked interesting but didn't work when I renamed to Atvbs71.dll and placed in the new folder (which was the expected outcome, but I wanted to try anyway).

I also found some settings listed in the registry as well under:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Asent\Atwin70\ScriptEditor and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Asent\Atwin70\Settings
But didn't see any registry entries that would appear to have helped me either.

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Thanks for the assistance.



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