Your question regarding your Clip I'm answering to the Clip List:
>By the way, what is the best resource for learning about clip language?
>Are there any tutorials or comprehensive guides available?
For most of us, the best and only resource has been knocking our heads
against the walls <g>. It works, though it does hurt.
Presently, there are two main sources that can help you in learning to
There is the "Introduction to Clip Programming",a tutorial by Kay Roath,
which will set you up and running. She's very knowledgeable and extremely
good at explaining things. The link is:
And there is my own ClipWriter, which, though not a programming tutorial,
provides help into seeing what your Clips and the commands in them do, as
well as in finding the right instructions to use, which can be a great help
by smoothing the learning process. You can read more about it at:
Another invaluable source for learning is the Clip list, where other users
can help answering any questions you might have.
If you have any further questions about Clips, please post them to the Clip