9939Re: [Clip] Re: Variables - values don't stick
- Mar 1, 2003Hi John,
I've never had the problem on Win95,98,XP. I use ^!InsertText
most the time, but I like to try to not use it so that the text
is black and it stands out easy. I can readily see that text
will be inserted. I don't know why a couple of you have
experienced problems with it.
>Actually Jody, as recently as a few months ago, I occasionallyHappy Clip'n!
>experienced that same problem M. Sean had.. Sometimes back then
>I was inserting text without the ^!InsertText command and
>occasionally, not always, (op system Win2k) the variable name
>would be inserted instead of the variable contents. I started
>making a habit of always using ^!InsertText before the text
>and/or variable and haven't had the problem since.. By the way,
>I stay current on the NoteTab Pro versions, so it was probably
>4.90 or 4.91 I was using then..
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jody <av1611@e...> wrote:
>> Hi M. Sean,
>> >BINGO! That was it!
>> I believe you still have a problem. ^!Insert or ^!InsertText is not
>> needed. There was a time when at least "^!" had to be in the Clip
>> for certain other code to work. I think it was wizards: ^?[Test].
>> It appears Eric may have fixed it so that "^!" is not needed at all
>> anymore or I forget the certain code that would not work. Your
>> original Clip was tested and worked in XP for at least two of us
>> that tried. I'm glad it works for you, but it is added code that
>> you have to put in that is not needed. I have many a Clips that do
>> what you had. In fact, when the Clip Code was much smaller, only a
>> few dozen commands maybe, it was common practice to use pure text.
>> Variables containing text do indeed get processed w/o using ^!Insert
>> or ^!InsertText. I'd be curious to know what it does know if you
>> take ^!InsertText out.
Subscribe, UnSubscribe, Options
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>