I hope this helps. I'm extremely busy, so you are on your own, but I
think I am sending you in the right direction. :)
>I wish there was a solution for this, since I want the user to be
>able to have the same default find string as before when using
>the Control+F key, yet also want to be able to use the Find
>function in clips.
I found a long Clip with more explanation (than the one I found
below that I wrote and Harvey re-posted) submitted by Sheri
(SilvermoonWoman2001). See "[Clip] Clip to Load Replace Dialog"
at yahoogroups for it.
You need to reed these others first I think...
Save Searches as Clips
Clip to Load Replace Dialog
This clip can be viewed and copied without broken lines around:
H="Load Replace Dialog"
;08/20/2002 by Sheri Pierce
;09/04/2002 posted with minor fixes
;not compatible with Notetab versions less than 4.91.
I found this example in my Clips mailbox. I just realized that I wrote it. <g>
I've deleted the preceding messages in this string and lost track of who
started it. I'm pasting in a small clip written by Jody to preset the
options you wish in the Find/Replace dialog. Now it is set to search
All for search direction.
The ^!Keyboard lines in the clip can be edited to alter any Search and
Without customizable hotkeys the easiest way to use this clip is to add
an icon to a button clipbar you use most often, or, add it to several
clipbars you use a lot. Just click the clipbar icon instead of the
toolbar icon when Searching and Replacing.
;_Last Updated 0101402001, Sojourner@...
^!Replace "" >> "" WRGIS
^!Toolbar Replace Text
;_Changes NoteTab back to a few versions ago when if the cursor
;_was on column 1 the word did not get selected.
^!If ^$GetCol$ = 1 Skip_2
^!Keyboard Alt+W Alt+M Alt+H #A# Alt+N Ctrl+C Alt+P Ctrl+V Shift+Ctrl+Home
^!Keyboard Alt+W Alt+M Alt+H #A# Alt+N Delete Alt+P Alt+N
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