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  1. Hi Everybody. I've been away for so long that I've forgotten just about everything that I knew from the past. I'm pretty sure that what I want to accomplish is not only possible but also trivial. I just can't seem to find it here. The case is as follows: I type in a script filter and it checks that It's a first run and I should update a cache. Now I already have a separate script filter for that (manually updating the cache). What I want is to present the user with info stating that it's his first run and should use update to refresh the cache. The thing is that with autocomplete this doesn't seem to work as I'd like. I type rt, get info to update and when I tab or action it, the autocomplete simply adds rtupdate so I now have rt rtupdate) to the end. It should replace rt with rtupdate and then allow the user to hit enter. (is this making any sense at all. Is this possible and how? Thanks all in advance.
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