Hi Marco Antônio,
I'm not sure if this is what you want, but the following is a clip
that uses the last-used findstring to start a search.
^!Find ^$GetValue("FindDialog:SearchList_1")$ BS
This (elementary) clip will search backwards for the last find-string
in your document - without prompting. If the string does not appear
in the remainder of the text nothing happens.
If you remove the B from the options it will do the same, but it will
search forwards only...
So: make two copies, and name them to your liking. You could
(artificially) create a shorcut by changing the target-path (in
Windows Explorer) of the properties of a shortcut to NoteTab.exe to
something like this:
"C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro\NotePro.exe" /L=Tour:FindAgain
You can assign a shortcut key as well in the same window. If you do
not use multiple instances the clip defined by the command-line
parameters will execute (in my case: library=Tour, clip=FindAgain. I
could assign Ctrl+ALT+PageUp to start up the clip to search
backwards. The other one would need a second shortcut with a
different command-line parameter.
As Larry (I think) has told you there is no easy way to assign a
shortcut to a clip in NoteTab.
Hope this helps,