Daniel Prince wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 19:55:14 -0600, you wrote:
>>> I used to have NoteTab set up so that if I accidently typed " i " it
>>> would automatically replace it with " I ". This has suddenly
>>> stopped working.
> I did not realize that I needed to refocus/select the autoreplace
> clipbook because the auto-replace mode is still clicked in the tools
> menu. This time when I refocus/select the autoreplace clipbook, the
> replacement worked. Previously it did not work until I
> refocus/selected the autoreplace clipbook and typed "acn" and one
> time "acn" did not work but it started working after I typed (tm).
> This might have been because I unchecked and rechecked the
> auto-replace mode in the tools menu.
> Is there a way to have the clip refocus/select the autoreplace
> clipbook when it finishes. What would happen if I put the WordPairs
> - Contractions clip in the autoreplace clipbook? Would autoreplace
> automatically work after the WordPairs >< Contractions clip was run?
I haven't used auto-replace more than to say, "that's neat", but an
autoreplace clipbook has a special header.
= V5 MultiLine AutoReplace TabWidth=30
This special header, it seems, is not compatible with regular clips. I
tried but the 'contraction clip' didn't and wouldn't appear so it could
If you're really sure there's a very easy way to accomplish
auto-switching back to AutoCorrect. I assume that's the clipbook name,
it is on my machine.
The quick way is, right-click on clipname and choose the top entry,
'Edit Clip'. the clip will open in the edit window with a tabname '[Clips].
Scroll to the bottom of the window and add the following 2 lines after
the last line of the clip 'wordpairs>< contractions' and save the clipbook.
If at a later date you want to reverse this, delete the 2 line addition.
hrs <04-11-25> hsavage@...