21808RE: [Clip] What's the path?
- Jun 13, 2011Yes, I saw that, but then I need a token for the filename, which is also unknown. I want to know the path for the current document, whatever its name might be. I do use FocusDoc to make sure the current document is in focus, but GetDocName gets the name and path together. Then I have to strip off the file name and replace it with another one. THAT is what I was trying to avoid.
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Subject: Re: [Clip] What's the path?
John Shotsky wrote:
> This should be simple, but I can't find a straightforward way to do > it in the help files.John,
> I want the path only from the active document. There is a command to > get the active doc, but then I have to trim off the document name to > be left with the path. Is there a way to simply get the path of the > active document? The reason for this requirement is that other files > are expected to exist in the same folder, so the clips need to > identify the path and append the other file names for specific > purposes. I know I can dig it out and store it to a variable, I was > just wondering if there's a way to simply get the path in any clip.
This should be your answer!
In NoteTab Help...
Returns the path segment of FileName (always ends with backslash).
Since version 4.8, this function works both on Windows file names and URLs.
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