After finally discovering a link to download the application, running it is another problem.  It just sits there spinning with a busy icon when running the application.  I can't make out anything obvious in the adminscripteditor.exe.config file that might be throwing this off.  Running 'as administrator' makes no difference.  Anyone else experiencing this issue?  Thanks for any suggestions... 

-  Might as well add, running Win7 SP1 64 bit

- UPDATE: so eventually the start screen did appear after a ridiculous amount of time.  I tried disabling the start screen, but that doesn't help the startup process any.  I guess you have to enable the 'quicklaunch' setting for this to be a worthwhile tool to utilize.

- UPDATE2: this program crashes a lot... 

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the start-up time is due to the application attempting to contact the vendor site (which no longer exists) looking for updates etc. As this is hard-coded it cannot be changed.
As for crashing allot, as it is free, and still a very capable editor... well... you don't look a gift horse in the mouth do you?
It's better then spending big $ on for example Primal Script from Sapien

Answered 12/10/2015 by: Pressanykey
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  • ok makes sense... I believe i had an early version of the primal script equivalent which is how i stumbled on this ase, but yeah it's cool, thanks!
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