Addendum to good idea below:
If you use %include to create the macro variable with the password, use
If you use the autoexec, use NOECHOAUTO in your config file.
When using the macro variable, use NOSYMBOLGEN.
Then, when creating or using the macro variable containing the password you
won't get the password in the log.
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Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 12:57:52 -0400
From: Harry Droogendyk <harry.droogendyk@RBC.COM>
Subject: Re: Can I make a mass password change in UltraEdit
Yes. Menu bar "Search", "Replace in Files".
But, rather than using this facility to change the password in umpteen
places, why don't you instead replace the password with a macro variable
which is assigned the appropriate value at autoexec time ( perhaps through
%included file ).
That way you'll only have to change the password in one file.