Make text file

Hello, i would like to find out how to start a textfile using script like:
FileType NEW=.txt NEWNAME="info".
If i do it this way i still have to give a Enter, otherwise the file is still to rename.
I would like to do somthing like this:

FileType NEW=.txt NEWNAME="info"
"C:\Program Files\notepad\notepad++.exe" "{sourcepath}{$newfile}"

Add norename: before the filename, like in the example in your older thread here:

Full detail on how it works is here in the manual:!Documents/FileType_Command.htm

Ok thanks. It works. But i like to do this without a dialog. Like
FileType NEW=.txt NEWNAME="test" Go PATH="{$newfile}"
The filename is "test.txt". And now happens like i stated before.
The file is in rename state. I have to give an enter first.
I hope what i want is possible. Thanks.

The dialog in the other thread's command comes from the {dlgstring} part of that command. There's no reason to include that for what you are doing in this thread.

I do not understand (i am Dutch) Is it not possible to make a script that makes a textfile without the {dlgstring} with a fixed name like for example test.txt

Like this:

FileType NEW=.txt NEWNAME="norename:info"
"C:\Program Files\notepad\notepad++.exe" "{sourcepath}{$newfile}"

Notepad++ can create files as well:

"C:\Program Files\notepad\notepad++.exe" "{sourcepath}info.txt"