Microsoft JScript runtime error from AkelPad version 4.6.5

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Hi experts!

I have installed AkelPad version 4.6.5 and tried to run it (it is an alternative to Windows Notepad, and i wanted to try it out) but all i am getting is this Microsoft JScript runtime error :

Scripts plugin

Script:                   E:ProgramTxtAkelPadAkelFilesPlugsScriptsWordsMoveSelect.js

Line:                      177

Symbol:                 5

Error:                     Oczekiwano znaku ‘J’ w wyrazeniu zwyklym.

Code:                    800A139B

Source:                 Microsoft Jscript – blad czasu wykonywania

Is it because i haven’t installed and registered Scripts plug-ins?

Dzięki! (thanks on polish)

Blag

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Answered By 565880 points N/A #113670

Microsoft JScript runtime error from AkelPad version 4.6.5

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It’s quite puzzling why you are getting that script error. AkelPad is a very lightweight open source text editor just like Windows’ very own notepad. It doesn’t even consume much RAM memory.

It is only 1 MB in size when downloaded and consumes about 4 MB of available hard disk space when installed.

AkelPad 4.6.5 system requirements:

  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7

If you are getting those errors when running this application, you may want to check your hard drive for errors. It is possible that Windows has some errors maybe due to some applications that are incorrectly uninstalled or removed or those errors resulted from sudden shutdown that created a permanent damage in the operating system’s components.

If you have your own disk utility application installed on your computer, run it and check your hard drive for any possible file structure errors. Or just use Windows disk check tool.

  1. Right click on drive C and then select Properties.
  2. Click Tools tab.
  3. Click Check Now.
  4. Check Automatically fix file system errors and then click Start.

After the disk check try running the application again. If the error wasn’t fixed, you may need to format your hard drive and install Windows again.

To keep your system in good running condition, always defrag your hard drive on a regular basis. And before doing any defragmentation of the hard drive, always check the hard drive for file structure errors using a disk utility application.

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