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23372Re: [Clip] Extracting text from a music .XML file.

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  • Alec Burgess
    Nov 12, 2012
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      > Most (all?) movement commands can be replaced with appropriate ^!Jump
      > commands and delete commands with appropriate ^!select and ^!menu
      > delete combinations,

      Ooops ... ^!Menu Delete s/b ^!Menu Edit/Delete

      On Tue, 13 Nov 2012 01:54:39 -0500 Alec Burgess
      <buralex@...> said (in part):
      > On 2012-11-13 00:42, Adrian Worsfold wrote:
      >>
      >> I'm most grateful. Please don't do any more on the syllables!
      >>
      >> Why is it though that the thick (as in stupid) end of abilities such
      >> as mine revealed in the following won't work?
      >>
      >> The following sometimes deletes up to </credit> and sometimes does
      >> not. That baffles me. It never goes beyond that. It should, in
      >> effect, delete after the last </credit> and delete up to the first
      >> <credit... It should then convert what is left (the credits!) to pure
      >> text without tabs and be put in the clipboard for manual entry into
      >> the file made after extracting all those lyrics - provides the
      >> titles, see.
      >>
      >> But it does not work, and yet logic says it should.
      >>
      >> ^!Jump Doc_End
      >> ^!Find "</credit>" [BS]
      >> ^!Keyboard RIGHT
      >> ^!Keyboard CTRL+SHIFT+END
      >> ^!Keyboard DELETE
      >> ^!Keyboard CTRL+HOME
      >> ^!Find "<credit page"
      >> ^!Keyboard HOME
      >> ^!Keyboard SHIFT+CTRL+HOME
      >> ^!Keyboard DELETE
      >>
      >> ^!Menu Modify/Document to HTML/With Paragraph Tags
      >> ^!Copy All
      >> ^!Close Discard
      >>
      >> I know it's rubbish but things like DeleteSelection didn't work either.
      >>
      >> MusicXML files can be found here:
      >> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/28120070/pluralist/spiritual/hymnsavailable.html
      >> as listed usually along with .PDFs and .MIDs according to as I made
      >> them.
      >
      > Hi Adrian ... I haven't tested your clip but in general its best to
      > avoid use of ^!keyboard commands because they can be subject to timing
      > delays. I.E. the next ^!Keyboard command gets "thrown away" because
      > the preceding has not yet completed.
      > .
      > Most (all?) movement commands can be replaced with appropriate ^!Jump
      > commands and delete commands with appropriate ^!select and ^!menu
      > delete combinations,
      >
      >
      > Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail & WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)
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