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19863RE: [Clip] Saving one's place

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  • John Shotsky
    Nov 3, 2009
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      As near as I can tell, this is related to the cursor position, not the
      display position. As a workaround, I could click in the open document before
      running a clip. Still, the question is whether the window position can be
      restored after running a clip.

      John



      From: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
      Of Alec Burgess
      Sent: Tuesday, November 03, 2009 3:35 PM
      To: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [Clip] Saving one's place





      Have you tried Search-Set (and Go) Bookmark?
      I don't use this feature myself but it sounds like what you are after.

      John Shotsky (jshotsky@... <mailto:jshotsky%40comcast.net> ) wrote
      (in part) (on 2009-11-03 at
      17:19):
      > Interesting problem:
      >
      > When looking at some section of a document, a certain amount is
      > visible on
      > the screen at a time. The cursor may or may not be in the field of
      > view -
      > perhaps it was scrolled up while reading. When an issue is seen that
      > one
      > wants to try a clip with, I'd like to have the same document segment
      > displayed after running the clip. Most of my clips affect the whole
      > document, so it will scroll during screen update, or after turning
      > off and
      > then Update Screen.
      >
      > I've tried using ScreenUpdate, but invariably it ends up somewhere
      > else
      > after the clip runs. Setting a variable seems to affect only where the
      > cursor is, so when you return to it, it is where the cursor was when
      > the
      > clip ran. Is there a way to return to the exact same screen after a
      > clip
      > runs, so you could quickly see what the result of the clip was? I
      > think I
      > spend as much time scrolling to line numbers that I write down than I
      > do
      > writing code! My documents are usually a few thousand lines long, and
      > I do
      > copy sections out to a smaller document to verify clip operation, but
      > that,
      > too, is time consuming.

      --
      Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail & WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)

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