PSPad from 4.3.3 version supports active scripting (users can add functionality with simple scripts) via MS Windows Scripting host (WSH). PSPad script functions and examples may be found here. Scripts are compiled once PSPad opens. Scripts are executed and/or recompiled with the use of the Script menu or via an assigned keyboard shortcut.
WSH must be installed, enabled, and Integrated scripting support (WSH) must be enabled if you want use scripting in PSPad. (See System integration)
Scripts are organised in subdirectories coresponding to language.
Do not put non-script files into this directories!!! Do so may result in script compile error.
You can build script libraries and use functions from other modules. Access
to function in other modules required a prefix of the module name separted
by a period (.).
Run PSPadShell_unreg.bat to unregister it.