... I think in this case you are creating a new macro so I would copy it into your user my???.emf and call it something else (like create-new-doc), that wayMessage 1 of 11 , Nov 6, 2006View Source
> -----Original Message-----I think in this case you are creating a new macro so I would copy it
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
> On Behalf Of dsjkvf
> Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 9:55 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [jasspa] short questions
> On 11/6/06, Phillips, Steven <sphillips@...> wrote:
> > I suggest you take the osd-new-buffer macro from osd.emf
> and change
> > the "new%d" to "new%d.doc".
> Steven, thank you for your help.
> what would be the best way to override preinstalled macroses
> in general? e.g., in this case should i copy osd-new-buffer
> to my .emf-file and correct it to my needs there? or should i
> copy (and correct then) osd.emf to myosd.emf in MEUSERPATH?
> or any other way?
into your user my???.emf and call it something else (like
create-new-doc), that way you avoid any future upgrade problems.
> and another question: for now doc-mode "works" only for files
> wiith extension ".doc". is it possible to make it also work
> with ".txt"
> > See the goto-matching-fence command, writing a macro around this
> > should be trivial. Note that matching a '"' fence is non-trivial
> > because ME will not know whether it is currently at the
> openning or
> > closing '"' - see the docs for more info.
> yes, i thought so -- that with "" it will not be so easy.
> however, thank you for your explanation.
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... i see. ... yes, i ve faced something like that just recently when upgrading to 06 release :) (and as a result, i was using diff a lot to find all myMessage 2 of 11 , Nov 6, 2006View SourceOn 11/6/06, jon@... <jon@...> wrote:
> This depends. If you can simply over-ride some settings or re-define ai see.
> macro then the myXXXX.emf should be used to do this. If the changes are
> more widespread then it is better to copy the whole macro file to your
> user directory and then modify it.
> Do not change the system macros becauseyes, i've faced something like that just recently when upgrading to
> if you mess up then you cannot fall back on the originals.
'06 release :) (and as a result, i was using diff a lot to find all my
> Put "> -!- document -!-" in the top of the document or add the followingthank you, Jon!
> to the end of your <user>.emf
> add-file-hook ".txt .doc" fhook-doc