7603Re: [Clip] ^p
- Oct 6, 2001Hi David,
I do not know if this has been answered nor if I understand your
question. Therefore, try: ^%nl% or ^^p depending on what you are
trying to do. You and use a Clip with the ^!Replace command over
a document or use the Replace tool over a Clip. Make sure you
select the text in the Clip first else you may end up modifying
your whole Library. I normally just take a quick peek at how
many replacements might be made and make sure I get in that area
for the total amount of changes done. If it is an outrageous
number of replacements, then I know I goofed and did a Replace All.
If you are using an ;H= box, then just use regular text formatted
like you would a regular document. It is sort of like the <pre>
tag in HTML if you are familiar with that.
>In NT you have got a list of text eg.Happy Clip'n!
>To bring up a info box these words are all joined together with a ^p
>between each one , I have tried clips without keyboard commands and each
>time the clip executes the ^p and you end up with blank line between
>each word .
>Via a clip using keyboard commands I can add ^p to the font of ever
>eg.^!keyboard $5E $70
> ^!keyboard DOWN LEFT LEFT
>How do you add these using an clip without keyboard commands??
>The list above should look like below
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