Re: [NTB] Changing text case
- Hi Stephen and Others,
Please do not send Clips of any size to the Basic list. TIA! :)
>Here is a little clip...Happy Clip'n!
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- On Tue, 06 Mar 2001 22:12:42 -0800, stephen@... wrote:
>Hi Daniel,(clip deleted because it is against the rules in this mailing list.)
>Here is a little clip which will invert the case of whatever letter your
>cursor is at then move the cursor to the next letter.
>To closest emulate your old PC_Write usage, use the clip once, then just
>do CTRL+SPACE until you are done inverting.
>If you'd like to just capitalize, change the K in the clip to U an for
>lower cases change it to an L.
>Hope this is what you wanted.I got the clip to work but it is more work to use than just marking
the text and typing Ctrl+K. As far as I can tell using the clip
requires me to mark the text first and then it inverts all the marked
text the same as typing Ctrl+K. CTRL+SPACE only changes marked text.
It is just the same as typing Ctrl+K.
>Daniel Prince wrote:--
>> With my old DOS word processor, PC_Write, I could change the case of
>> text by holding down the F8 key and it would change the case of one
>> letter after another. With NoteTab Standard I have to mark the text
>> and type Ctrl+K which is more work. Is there any way I can make
>> NoteTab Standard change text case the way PC-Write does? I never use
>> the View in browser function that NoteTab Standard has on F8. Thank
>> you in advance for all replies.
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