19833Re: Lock Clips
- Oct 27, 2009Hi bozlawless,
I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but you can plug this
snip into any clip you want to prevent the operation of while you're
focused on editing the particular file. This should help you even if you
jump to a clip in another library file as long as you're focused on a
Note that if you're using clips to build and run clips, this could mess
On the other hand, I alter this slightly to make sure I'm focused on
just a .css file and nothing else when I'm running CSSTidy, or in just a
.htm/.html file when running HTMLTidy. I used to get slightly perturbed
when I'd CSSTidy some other type of file than a .css!
;Returns entire path and file name of focused file.
;Separates and returns the extension of focused file (with extension dot).
^!IfSame ^%ckext% .clb mybad
;IfSame is not case sensitive. If the focused file is a library clip
file (.clb), jump to mybad, otherwise, go ahead and operate.
;If you want to add more extensions to protect, it's easy.
^!IfSame ^%ckext% .clh mybad
^!IfSame ^%ckext% .ctb mybad
;If all tests are passed, then jump to operate.
^!Info [L] AAAYYYEEE YYOOUU! Wrong file! Wake up! Get out of this file
and focus on the one you want! Or did you click the wrong clip??
;The polite? reminder.
;Totally quit ALL operations of ALL clips including Parents with Exit.
;The rest of the story...
If you want make sure you're in just the right kind of file, try this
IfSame test arrangement.
^!IfSame ^%ckext% .css operate
;If the test FAILS, don't operate, but jump to mybad.
This is the one that keeps me calm when I'm CSSTidy-ing!
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