1492Re: [NTB] Undo greyed out
- Jul 31, 199831.07.1998 8:19 PM Lawrence R. Thomas wrote
> At 06:50 PM 7/31/98 -0500, Grandma Kay wrote:I do save/reload after putting H= stuff in all the time but I
>>The easiest way to copy stuff into an outline is to open a new
>>text document, set your PasteBoard Divider to ^p^ph=^p & set
>>PasteBoard on. Copy all the stuff you want & then go back &
>>search for '^p^pH=' and type in whatever heading name you want
>>for that section. When you're done, Copy All and paste it at the
>>end of your last Outline heading. Save & Reload. As long as
>>there is a blank line above all of the 'H=' lines, you'll get a
>>new Outline section for each one.
> I would just like to point out a problem that I have with the Save & Reload
> you talk about. If I paste H="Heading Name" and text into an outline and
> then do a File/Save, the outline is properly saved with the next heading in
> it but the heading does not appear in the heading list. If I do an
> Edit/Reload, the heading still does not appear in the heading list. If I
> close the file after saving it and then reopen it then it does appear in
> the heading list. It also appears in the heading list if I save the file
> and then quit NoteTab and restart NoteTab later.
never use quotes around the heading. Suppose that could account
for the difference? If not, I'd suggest doing your stuff in a
text file & then copy & use Add from Clipboard. That works for
me without doing a save/reload.
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