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by Chen Chen is offline 30 Jun 2002

Here is the complete list of functions vBulletin uses (or rather defines). You can use this list for the sytnax file in your PHP editor, to get those functions highlighted as well.

This is what I use for my php.stx for EditPlus 2:

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Old 30 Jun 2002, 13:53
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Thanks!

Is that all you have in your php.stx file, or is that just added to what is already there?

Thanks for turning me on to EditPlus2. You were right, it does beat Ultra Edit all to you-know-what. I was just about to register Ultra Edit when you told me about this program. Glad I didn't.
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Old 30 Jun 2002, 17:05
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this is really handy. thanks chen.
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Very cool, Chen. Thanks!!
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How?

Can anyone tell me how I add this to what I already have in my php.stx? It won't show up if I just copy the contents into the file (for EditPlus2).
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Re: How?

Originally posted by Boofo
Can anyone tell me how I add this to what I already have in my php.stx? It won't show up if I just copy the contents into the file (for EditPlus2).
Add it in to php.stx and then restart EditPlus2.
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Already tried that...

Already tried that.
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Old 01 Jul 2002, 08:39
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Here's my syntax file, renamed to .txt.
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Cliptext...

So the vBulletin listing isn't supposed to show up in the PHP 4 Cliptext listing then? That's what I was looking for. BTW: Is there a way to click on an http link in a file and have it take you to that link without giving you the "file could not be found, do you want to create it" error?
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Hey, thanks chen... Quite useful when editing those files!
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