I've added a feature that i think completes the script. After you see the syntax help, if you need details on that cmd then press Ctrl+F1 to show ahk help on that cmd. Sort of like context-sensitive help but this works even when you're writing any of the parameters of the cmd and doesn't require your cursor to be in the cmd word.
by the way i use this code in my 24/7 script in a timer that's always running:;launches/closes IntelliSense WinGetActiveTitle, ATitle IfInString, ATitle, TextPad - [ IfWinNotExist, IntelliSense.ahk - AutoHotkey Run, E:\batch\IntelliSense.ahk IfWinNotExist, TextPad - [ IfWinExist, IntelliSense.ahk - AutoHotkey WinClose, IntelliSense.ahk - AutoHotkey
so now i don't need to remember to run the script every time i get to coding. requires 'SetTitleMatchMode, 2'.
I hope Chris didn't start to work on 'embellishing' the script for posting in the showcase... otherwise i have just made his work difficult.
Hmm... my 24/7 script can't detect IfWinNotExist, IntelliSense.ahk - AutoHotkey unless the main script window of IntelliSense.ahk is open...is there a directive I need to use so it sees minimized to tray script window title?