4246Re: [Clip] Re: Newbie with a project (macro? simple?)
- Aug 8 8:45 AMso after all of this....does anyone have the complete version for us casual
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From: Sheri <silvermoonwoman@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2000 11:26 AM
Subject: [Clip] Re: Newbie with a project (macro? simple?)
> Hi Jody,
> > Try looping the whole Clip. You can also you a loop checking for
> > like:
> > ^!Delay 2
> > ^!IfTrue ^$IsAltKeyDown$ Next else Skip_-1
> > to look at the edit thing you wanted to in your program, even do
> > a copy of it, and then press the Alt key when you want to get the
> > prompt to enter your text.
> Both interesting ideas I'll have to play with <g>
> Just have to keep the two apps syncronized on the data. There are
> more records in the text file than are showing in the Catalog
> listing. Very often the next record in each app matches though.
> Also, I may try to alter the contents pasted in the description based
> on the value of my input field (beyond pasting the actual value of
> the field).
> > > That is the one place that the macro still occasionally fails,
> > > swapping panes with SHIFT-TAB, followed by a Delay. <g>
> > There might be a way, but it is hard to tell from this end. ;)
> Is it possible to access the status line of the window (down at the
> bottom) similar to the titlebar text? When the focus is on the Left
> Side of the Explorer like window, the first field of the status line
> says "Loaded" and the second field has the name of the current disk
> or folder. When you switch to the right pane, the first field still
> says "Loaded" but the second field says "Previous Folder...". If I
> could somehow know that the second field equals "Previous Folder..."
> my ^!KEYBOARD DOWN would happen in the right place.
> > > Reading the feature comparison, I noted that labels are
> > > excluded from the Light version. I imagine they would be pretty
> > > important for complex tasks, logical branching, etc.?
> > Where are you reading that at? That should not be there anymore.
> > Light now supports and Clip code that Standard does.
> Had a hard time finding it again <g>
> In the Help file, "Clip Language - Testing Conditions" last command
> shown is:
> >Returns 1 if the NoteTab program currently running is the Freeware
> >version (trial mode not enabled), or 0 if it is not. Useful to check
> >if the full set of Clipbook commands are supported or not. The
> >Freeware version does not support labels (except EXIT) nor the
> >following features: RunPerl, RunGawk, RunScript.
> I'm not positive that this is where I read it, but it looks familiar.
> Take care,
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