Re: [NTB] keyboard macros
- Hi Jens,
(The only naive or embarassing question is the one not asked.)
The clip language is not exactly like keyboard macros.
(A discussion of the syntax of the clip language needs to go to the clips
list, but I think the following paragraph is suitable for here.)
In the clip language, you can specify a Macro sequence.
The clip has a name, any name you want, for instance your clip to print this
particular documen could be called "print document" or it could be called
"xyz", however when the clip library is active that contains that clip,
and you pres the ESCAPE key, you get a windowette (I can't remember the
technical term for the little tiny window that appears.)
You type in the name of the clip (auto completion works here),
and your instructions happen.
The big differences in this and the traditional macro language is that the
macro language is restricted to keyboard strokes (clip language is not), and
you have to type the instructions into the clip library, which is an extra
step. However, your "Record Macro" request is a very good one, and Eric
monitors this list, and who knows, version five may have it.
On Wednesday 27 March 2002 14:03, you wrote:
> Possibly a naive or embarrasing question but I could not find in the
> documentation any explanation on how to record keyboard macros (clips).
> redone. Recorded macros can then be attached to a keyboard sequence
> Since I use macros often
> it is a irritating not to be able to record them easily. IF I just did not
> find it please add "Record Macro" or "Record Clip" to the help file.