At 03:10 PM 11/30/03 -0600, you wrote:
>I have a simple clip that I use ALL the time.
>Today it stopped working.
>What is does is set the Ctrl+T in the 1st line, because I can later
>Ctrl+T and get the Reformat Menu.
>Then it seems to skip the Ctrl+T in the 2nd line.
>It just pastes 0, does a tab and pastes 75 into the current document.
>^!SetShortcut Ctrl+T Modify/Lines/Reformat lines
>^!Keyboard CTRL+T #0# TAB #75# ENTER
The first thing that you need to do is to manually go to the menu and
select Modify/Lines and look at the drop down menu that appears. You will
see "Reformat Lines" and if you look just to the right side of this menu
you will see Shift+Ctrl+M. This is the shortcut key that Eric has already
assigned to this function. If you press Shift+Ctrl+M, you will get the
Reformat Lines dialog box. That means that your first line, ^!SetShortcut
Ctrl+T Modify/Lines/Reformat lines, is unnessary and your second line
should be changed from:
^!Keyboard CTRL+T #0# TAB #75# ENTER
^!Keyboard SHIFT+CTRL+M #0# TAB #75# ENTER
To get the results that you want. If it still does not work then you
probably need to put in a delay into the keystroke sequence to give the
dialog box enough time to open before the other keystrokes are inserted
^!Keyboard SHIFT+CTRL+M &500 #0# TAB #75# ENTER