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    Posted: 29 October 2009 at 11:47am
I am using SyntaxEditor ver 13.0.0.

How do I change the Syntax colorization when a user loads a file. 

For example, if I want to allow the user to load HTML, VB, C++, PHP and so on, but change the colorization schema based off the file type loaded.

Do I need to create a new .INI file for each type and reload that file for each file type?  Or, is there an easier way to do so with the default .INI file with all the schema's listed?

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I think it's the FileExt property that tells the control what schema to use.
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BUMP!

I found that when I have multiple windows on in an MDI interface and I change the INI file for the control, all instances of the control change to that syntax type.

What I want to be able to do is offer the customer the ability to open multiple windows (MDI style) and have each window with SyntaxEditor show colorization for correct file type (BAS, HTML, C++) etc....


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You need to use each SyntaxEdit settings - e.g. SyntaxEdit1.DataManager.FileExt = ".vbs" instead of using INI-file
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