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How to format jscript code in Test Complete IDE

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How to format jscript code in Test Complete IDE

I have my Test complete 8.20 project in JScript. As project is growing so the test files and the code.

Unlike other IDE's, Visual Studio or Eclipse there is no code formatting option in Test Complete IDE.

Is there any extension or easy way to format my code. Right now only way I can think of is to copy code to other formatter and then paste it back to Test Complete.
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> The help file says to double click on a tcx file ????

Any reason not to trust to what the documentation says? πŸ˜‰

Alternative: File | Install Script Extensions...


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Extract the zip file to a stand alone folder. 


You'll find in there several files: an xml, a bmp, and a js file.


Add those three to a stand-alone zip... then change the extension from ZIP to TCX.

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Ok, how to I run it !

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Scratch that - found it πŸ™‚


Seems to work quite well...

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