Thanks Eb, but I can't get that clip to work at all.
It's probably just me because my understanding of how to use variables
is almost zero.
Could you (or somebody) possibly write out a sample clip that actually
works so I could try it out?
Let's say I have an open file in NoteTab named "test.txt". And for
testing purposes, I want to move it back and forth between the Desktop
and a folder on the Desktop named "TestFolder".
But actually, I need a Wizard in the clip so I can choose the folder (or
any other folder).
On 12/7/2011 12:03 PM, Eb wrote:
> My guess is, that MoveFile is intended to work on files, rather than
> open documents.
> I would try the following commands in the "move file clip":
> ^!Close "^%filespecs%"
> ^!MoveFile "^%filespecs%" "^%destination%"
> ^!Open "^%destination%"
> --- In email@example.com <mailto:ntb-clips%40yahoogroups.com>,
> layman999 <layman999@...> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > If I use ^!Refresh at the end of a ^!MoveFile clip, the file
> location in
> > NoteTab's title bar stays the same as it was before I moved the file.
> > And if I want to move the file again without closing it and reopening
> > it, it won't work. And you can't reopen it from the Reopen menu item
> > because it doesn't show up there after it was moved and closed.
> > In Help it says:
> > ^!Refresh
> > Use this command after file management actions to update the list of
> > available Clipbook libraries and the contents of the Quick List
> tool. It
> > also checks if any of the open documents were changed on disk.
> > But this doesn't seem to be happening. On the title bar, location of
> > 'open document' is the old location, not the new one.
> > Is there a way to get the title bar to reflect the new location of the
> > moved file?
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