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45629
Re: char question That looks good. Thank you! Harold
Haroldo Mauro
Apr 11
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45628
Re: char question In that case you'll have to check twice for an offset, with the second check continuing from the first one. put offset ("(",line x of fld mainfield) into vChar
Dave Francis
Apr 11
#45628
 
45627
Re: char question Thank you Dave. Perfect! Harold
Haroldo Mauro
Apr 11
#45627
 
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45626
Re: char question Thank you. The replace function works great! Now, if there are two occurrences of char "(" in a line, and I want the html tag before the second one? For
Haroldo Mauro
Apr 11
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45625
Re: char question get offset ("(",line x of fld mainfield) put "" before char it of line x of fld mainField or put "" before char (offset ("(",line x of fld mainField))
Dave Francis
Apr 11
#45625
 
45624
Re: char question ... Two options: 1) Use the replace function 2) use the offset function. Cheers, -- Uli Kusterer "The Witnesses of TeachText are everywhere..."
Uli Kusterer
Apr 11
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45623
char question Hi, could someone help me with the right grammar to accomplish this simple task: repeat with x = 1 to the number of lines of field mainField put "" before
Haroldo Mauro
Apr 11
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45622
Re: password Thanks Arthur. That's it. You can just type that into the message box, no need to create a button. I probablly larned that while using Hypercard. Harold
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
#45622
 
45621
Re: password This works in Hypercard. Create a new button with this script. on mouseUp ask password "Type a new password" put IT end mouseUp Poke the button, type a
Arthur Evans Jr
Nov 29, 2013
#45621
 
45620
Re: password I wonder why I missed that! Sorry. Harold
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
#45620
 
45619
why did I want a number [SC] password Forgot to answer that, Mark. I just needed to know how did I get a number, in the first place. Thank you for helping. I also learned from your example script.
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
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45618
Re: password Yup, that's what Uli and I told you :-) -- Best regards, Mark Schonewille Economy-x-Talk Consulting and Software Engineering Homepage:
Mark Schonewille
Nov 29, 2013
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45617
Re: password I got it, in the DeVoto book p.162: ask password "blackfriday" answer it you get a number I found nothing in the SC documentation. Here's the full script, if
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
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45616
Re: password Hi Haraldo, Why do you want a number? Are you sure you saw that routine in the SuperCard documentation or a SC mailing list/forum? -- Best regards, Mark
Mark Schonewille
Nov 29, 2013
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45615
Re: password Thanks Uli and Mark. I'm still in the dark though. I can't remember how did I get that long number that represents the password, but I remember it was some
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
#45615
 
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45614
Re: password I don't think that would help much, but this might: ask password "Enter a password" put it This will give you the number, but you can't really do this without
Mark Schonewille
Nov 29, 2013
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45613
Re: password ... Does SuperCard support the "ask password clear" command? That would give you the actual string. I found that syntax on http://hypercard.org on page 92 of
Uli Kusterer
Nov 29, 2013
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45612
Re: password (text correction) Hi Haraldo, I don't remember such a built-in feature of SuperCard, but you could use the following (button) script: on mouseUp -- example set the cPassword of
Mark Schonewille
Nov 29, 2013
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45611
Re: password (text correction) Certainly. I have the following script, that checks a password. The script works fine. The number "538003616" in it, is NOT the actual password. It is a number
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
#45611
 
45610
Re: password Certainly. I have the following script, that checks a password. The script works fine. The number "538003616" in it, is NOT the actual password. It is a number
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
#45610
 
45609
Re: password Hi Haraldo, Could you provide a little more context? -- Best regards, Mark Schonewille Economy-x-Talk Consulting and Software Engineering Homepage:
Mark Schonewille
Nov 29, 2013
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45608
password How do I find out the number that represents a word used as password? Thanks. Haroldo
Haroldo Mauro
Nov 29, 2013
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45607
Haroldo Mauro
Aug 21, 2013
#45607
 
45606
Re: How to disregard quote marks in sorting by field routine Hi Harold, Unfortunately, the sort command needs a reference to a field and doesn't accept a function. So, you'll need a workaround. For example, you can make
Mark Schonewille
Aug 21, 2013
#45606
 
45605
How to disregard quote marks in sorting by field routine Sort by field routine: in some cards the field text starts with a quote mark. That means the cards are sorted in the following order: all cards from A to Z
Haroldo Mauro
Aug 21, 2013
#45605
 
45604
Re: Please view the document i uploaded for you using Google docs. Well it is certainly spam. Message deleted. Member warned.
slyparkroad
Jul 1, 2013
#45604
 
45603
Re: Please view the document i uploaded for you using Google docs. Hi, I assume this is spam and opening the document will install a virus or troyan on your computer. -- Best regards, Mark Schonewille Economy-x-Talk Consulting
Mark Schonewille
Jul 1, 2013
#45603
 
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45601
Re: Extracting text from a link Okay, I found Dan's museDrop script very inspiring, but Uli's suggestion to turn off "allowObjects" has some unintended side-effects. First of all, it didn't
Miguel Muñoz
May 21, 2013
#45601
 
45600
Re: Extracting text from a link On museDrop --Uli wrote: --To change that behavior, I'd presume you'd either turn off allowObjects, or override --museDrop ? select Miguel's shared Galileo,
ictmmm3333
May 10, 2013
#45600
 
45599
Re: Extracting text from a link If you're 'pasting' you can use the syntax paste without style To paste clean text. You can modify your paste menuItem so that it pastes without style when you
Joe Koomen
May 10, 2013
#45599
 
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