Re: [NTB] Make Pasteboard setting "stick"?
- Hi Bob and will,
I like Bob's method/idea/Clip better than my suggestion (even
though the clip needed to be posted over on the Clips list <g>),
because his you do not have to remember anything and if you
already have a default Library opening up all the time to like I
would guess a lot of people to, then all you need to do is add
the Clip to an existing OnOpen event Clip or make an OnOpen Clip
in the Library you put it which will become your default Library
with your favorite Clips in it! ;) Also, if you do not use the
feature to "Reload Open Documents" under the General tab it will
still work. My suggestion will not.
If you check or already have "Reload Open Documents" under the
General tab, all you need to do is to remember to leave the
PasteBoard open when you shut down. It will automatically reopen
as the Pasteboard. (It does have to be a saved file.) In case you
didn't know it, if you have NoteTab's icon in the System Tray it
has an item to use the active file as the "Paste Board". (See
"Icon in System Tray" and also "Close to System Tray" -"View" and
"General" tabs in View | Options.)
FYI, NoteTab 5 moves the "Close to System Tray" to the View menu
from the existing General tab location directly under "Icon in
System Tray" under the Application section in the bottom. Beta
testing is going well. We're keeping Eric very busy! <bg> I'll
try to keep posting little notes like this at the bottom of
messages when I remember. Please don't comment on the lists about
it though because we don't want to flood the lists with a lot of
mail and I and definitely not Eric don't have the time to be
replying to them. Thanks in advance! (TIA!) ... in case you were
wondering what TIA means. ;) FYI is "for your information."
>> Each time I start NTP I have to manually set my pasteboard.txt file toHappy Tab'n,
>> act as a clipboard history file:
>> How can I make that pasteboard setting "stick"?
>The following clip will check through your open documents to see
>(i) if you have an active pasteboard (in which case it ends) or
>(ii) if the document pasteboard.txt is open but inactive. It will
>then open pasteboard.txt if necessary and activate it.
>Note that you will need to alter the clip (in 2 places) to set the
>path to where you store your pasteboard.txt file.
>By naming the clip OnOpen, it runs whenever the library it is in
>becomes active. If you start NoteTab with a command line switch
>/L="libraryname", then the program should open at the correct
>library to run the clip.
>^!If ^$GetPasteBoardIndex$>0 END
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