I meant like saving the scripts when you open them from a codebox. So you don't need to download/save them too.
A "Get" buttom next to "Open" could do that so you would still have a regular "Open" button as well.
A snippet manager could indeed be overkill - a companion app would be nice but maybe too much hassle for the features you'd get.
Simply auto-saving them and being able to open them from inside CQT would do it already I think.
I really like the way you can quickly run scripts with CQT so imho setting it up that way is the nicest, handiest and (most time-saving) feature
I'm still not quite sure I understand. You're looking for an easier way to download and save code boxes from the forum, hopefully with a little metadata? I assume the benefit over hitting
would be not having to pick the path you want to save to and the automatic inclusion of a forum link, author, etc.
The metadata inclusion and saving could be done as a greasemonkey userscript on its own, though you'd probably have to pick the target folder each time. With an associated AHK script folder selection would be automatic, though I'm still not sure that CQT is really the right tool for the job. A second AHK script, service handler, greasemonkey userscript would be possible and probably even advisable in this situation. That second script, in addition to handling downloads, would also be able to have snippet management built into it at some point if that would be desirable.
I'm thinking the snippet metadata would be best stored in a block comment at the top of the file, something like
Is this the kind of thing you're looking for?
I've removed the borders from the RichEdits and got rid of the inner margins on the window. Also, the gutter can now be colored separately from the rest of the editor. Thoughts?