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[NTB] Dictionary/Clip questions

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  • sct8@cornell.edu
    Newbie questions: Is there some feature I m missing that allows the dictionary to recognize apostrophized words? I d much rather have that than adding ll to
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 31, 1999
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      Newbie questions: Is there some feature I'm missing that allows the
      dictionary to recognize apostrophized words? I'd much rather have that
      than adding "ll" to my dictionary after it fails to recognize "I'll" on
      a spell check.

      The other feature I was hoping to find is customization of the
      auto-replace inputs. For instance, I was thinking of a modification to
      the auto-correct HTML library where space doesn't call up a replacement
      (since you'd want to add extra parameters, if there's no wizard the
      auto function keeps replacing my tags over and over). Also, I was
      thinking of modifying the tab to skip to the end of a tag after I was
      done with the parameters, so that I could continue typing. This could
      already be in the %AR-KEY%, but I have no idea how it'd be done.

      Thanks for your time!
    • Jody
      Hi sct8, ... Hopefully Eric will be fixing that in the next maintenance release. ... If you right click over the tag you want you can edit it. Once you open
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 1, 1999
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        Hi sct8,

        > Newbie questions: Is there some feature I'm missing that allows
        > the dictionary to recognize apostrophized words?

        Hopefully Eric will be fixing that in the next maintenance release.

        > The other feature I was hoping to find is customization of the
        > auto-replace inputs. For instance, I was thinking of a
        > modification to the auto-correct HTML library where space
        > doesn't call up a replacement (since you'd want to add extra
        > parameters, if there's no wizard the auto function keeps
        > replacing my tags over and over).

        If you right click over the tag you want you can edit it. Once
        you open the Clip Editor (you will see a Tab called [Clip]) you
        can click on other Clips and study the code. You will need to
        sign up for the Clips List to get detailed help on it, but it is
        fairly straight for. If you look at <applet you can see how you
        can set multiple attributes in say <img or <font.

        Happy Clip'n!
        Jody

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