Looking for clip/ method to alphabetise document/file tab bar in NoteTab
I'm pretty new to NoteTab� "clipping", but I've been working on a
clip library for authoring HTML Help for a while now. It's starting
to get useful now, but I still need a way to alphabetise the
document/ file tab bar.
My clip library regards open documents as HTML Help topics, and uses
the filename and title to generate the HTML Help table of Contents
and Index. The order in which documents appear on the tab bar
determinses their order in the table of contents. From time to time,
it is useful to have these alphabetically sorted but I can't find a
way to do it.
I would be grateful for hints/ tips/ help/ advice.
Thanks and regards,
- Hi Grant,
Here's links to three messages in the archives for clips to
- Hi Julie and Grant,
There are also some in my DirStuff and I think NoteSort:
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- Hi Grant,
I think my DirStuff Library will close and reopen tabs in
alphabetical order. There are two, one with the full path
considered and the other only the file name. I don't know if
that is what you are looking tor, but you cab get it at:
>I'm pretty new to NoteTab "clipping", but I've been working on a
>clip library for authoring HTML Help for a while now. It's starting
>to get useful now, but I still need a way to alphabetise the
>document/ file tab bar.
>My clip library regards open documents as HTML Help topics, and uses
>the filename and title to generate the HTML Help table of Contents
>and Index. The order in which documents appear on the tab bar
>determinses their order in the table of contents. From time to time,
>it is useful to have these alphabetically sorted but I can't find a
>way to do it.
>I would be grateful for hints/ tips/ help/ advice.
>Thanks and regards,
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- How do I copy otl doc that I've in screen for to creat another otl and
then replace tab with new line and then convert to html with
I need to create a copy of the otl active to another for make changes
in the second otl, and then convert to html
Mi idea is
??? copy otl active to new otl (I don't know it)
??? make changes
!menu Modify/"Document to Html"/"With Paragraph Tags"
I want change in new otl tab with P and then convert to html
but I don't want change de otl active
Thanks in advanced
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- Hi Manuel,
I don't know exactly what you are doing, but check out Modify |
Document to HTML. It makes a pretty neat HTML page for you from
I also have some Clips to mess with in:
>How do I copy otl doc that I've in screen for to creat another otl...c ya,
I can only please one person a day.
Today is obviously not your day.
Tomorrow doesn't look good either. 8D
On Sat, 19 Apr 2003 16:10:09 +0200, Manuel123 wrote:
>I want change in new otl tab with P
^!Menu "Document/Insert File"
browse, insert the .otl
then use the search/replace dialog
to find type in: ^T
to replace, type in: ^P
save the changes (might need use file/save as and assign the same .otl filename)
then convert to html.
That's one way (tokens ^T for tab and ^P for linebreak); there are other ways.
and then convert to html
>but I don't want change de otl active
Do you mean you want all the processing to be done in the background while the first the original outline remains as the actively focused doc?
If so, I don't know if that's possible or not. But AFAIK all of it is possible except for perhaps the convert to html process as I don't know if there's a clip command for that part of it or not.
>Thanks in advanced
Thank you for your past and current ideas, some of which I've learned from and/or adopted part of them into my strategies.