Re: Command line to open a heading in OTL
- View SourceWhile clips are beyond the basic list, this request falls within how
to do a certain NoteTab command line.
Create a clip and put it in a library that is activate with NoteTab's
command line parameters.
Use the ^!Open command to open the outline file, followed by the
For specifics on a clip to do this, take it to the clips list.
Say the clip is in MyLibrary.clb, and the clip is called MyClip, and
the outline is called My.otl with the heading MyHeading, use the
following NoteTab command line.
--- In email@example.com, "orkgandalf" <orkgandalf@...> wrote:
> Hi there! I'm looking for a way to automate opening of one .otl file
> on one specific heading. Example: I have a list of contacts in one
> .otl file where each contact is one heading.
> As I use Windows launcher mostly (Executor) I'd like to have some
> keywords in the launcher to launch the otl file and directly open that
> heading i'm looking for, which, in this case, will be one contact.
> Let me know if you ever tried that.