Monday, May 11, 2009, 12:07:03 AM, you wrote:
S> There is an active Clips list for help writing clips:
I've linked in...
S> Most of NoteTab's methods for launching clips require mouse clicks. There is also the
I prefer keyboard to mouse clicks, but I see one can Shift-F6 into the
clipbook and treat it like a menu.
S> If you want to launch clips using hotkeys like Ctrl+D it can be done using other
S> utilities. This solution integrates with Shortcuts.dat and uses PowerPro:
That's a good Wink, but looks like a complicated procedure. I run
PowerPro already - did a double-take when I saw your name here - and
will keep this technique in mind. Have to check I don't already have
a script with that name in place.
On another matter: my comment about HTML-stripping was a non-problem.
I was trying to strip the whole file. If I just highlit the bit I
wanted before pressing the Go button, it just cleaned up the section
in question. Very convenient.