I'm just now going back through some unopened mail that was in a folder from
an older computer. Your suggestion about using the right-click "short cut
menu" is a good one. (I thought it was called the "context menu".) The
original problem was solved in July, but I'm using your suggestion now for
that problem and for other purposes too..
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 7:24 AM, Art Kocsis <artkns@...> wrote:
> Hi Ray,
> Although you have received lots of good tips on using a clip for your
> at the risk of putting my foot in my mouth, did you consider the obvious? -
> Setting the sort option to remove duplicates and to put the sort and select
> tools at the top of your shortcut menu?
> View | Options | Tools | Sort Removes Duplicates [check box]
> View | Options | Shortcut Menu | Select All [check box & move]
> View | Options | Shortcut Menu | Sort Ascending [check box & move]
> Then two right clicks anywhere in your document will accomplish your task
> with a minimum of mouse movement and hunting for icons/menu items to click.
> Personally, I try to use the built in functions/tools as much as possible
> minimize the clutter of too many clips. I have about three dozen favorite
> on my clipbar already. Using the shortcut menu takes less time and effort
> clicking on a clipbar icon even if the clipbar real estate wasn't so
> Just in case you weren't ware of this.
> At 07-29-10 15:51, you wrote:
> >To All,
> >Please direct me to a library of sort clips.
> >For my current need, I am looking for a clip that will eliminate duplicate
> >lines in a text file. It's ok if the clip doesn't do the sort. I can use a
> >menu command to prepare the file in ascending or descending sequence
> >running the clip. It would be good if the clip can work with "folded"
> >I.e. lines that are a bit longer than the screen display. I normally run
> >NoteTab with Word Wrap toggled ON (lines wrap to be visible on screen). If
> >necessary, I could toggle Word Wrap OFF whenever I run the clip.
> >Most lines in the file are less than 256 characters long. In fact, the
> >average length is around 40 characters.
> >I am running NoteTab Pro v6.2/fv.
> >Thank you for the help.
> >Ray Shapp
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