Re: [Clip] Trailing Spacs learnings...
- View SourceHi Harvey,
At 12:53 PM 6/1/03 -0500, you wrote:
>Trailing blanks;I think your clip will work just fine although I think mine is simpler. It
>If you check View/Options/Documents/Trim White Spaces, then, if/when
>using the clip editor Trailing Blanks are automatically deleted when the
>clip is saved and the editor closed.
>When editing a clip/clipbook that is Open As A Document trailing blanks
>are deleted in the copy saved to disk, not in the visible copy. If you
>close and reload the clipbook trailing blanks will be gone.
>For the occasions when you don't want to close/reopen a file the clip
>below will remove trailing blanks from a selected area. You can select
>this area either before or during clip execution.
>The clip displays a banner to remind you to make a selection to operate
>on. The trigger action may be changed from a 'copy' action to a
>"keypress" by changing the comment semicolon of the 'IfFalse and IfTrue'
is possible that Bob wanted to manually select the lines that he wanted
trimmed and that is why he removed the select all line. I do like the idea
of setting the options to Trim Blanks very much though and I have now set
mine to do so. I have tried it and it appears to work very well and it
does not fail as Modify/Line/Trim Blanks does.
Thank you Harvey.
- View SourceAt 01:07 PM 6/1/2003, you wrote:
>Welll, ok but you have removed the safety feature. If nothing is selected,This I did not know.
>the clip will still replace everthing in the library starting from the clip
>to the end of the library.
>But ^!Select All is necessary if you want toAgain, thanks for the new info.
>restrict your replace to the current clip because select all will not
>select the whole library but only the clip in the clip editor window. And
>as I said before, if you have nothing selected, then the H option has no
>effect at all. It is just ignored.
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