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, hsavage <hsavage@...> wrote:
> Useful tip when testing Clip code:
> You can use the "Ctrl+Alt" key combination to stop the execution of a
> Clip (especially useful when stuck in a loop).
> A running clip is in the process of 'execution' so it does explain the
> clip must running to stop it with Ctrl+Alt.
On the one hand I must say, the help you cite is on the ambiguous
side, when it comes to covering clips "running but waiting" for something.
A clip that has started, and not yet finished, is still running in my
book (which should have ocurred to me when I wrote that clip with the
What is key is, that the clip isn't executing a CLIP command, while
waiting for input. CTRL+ALT stops a CLIP command, if the keys are
pressed, when the clip command executes. <he,he>The clip is running
but not executing</he,he>.
On the other hand, I'd like to point out, that NoteTab's help is FAR
SUPERIOR to most other software. It doesn't simply echo the phrases
you would like help to elaborate on.