Document History clips available
- Hi all,
Haven't been active here lately but am a longtime clipper. I have
been using my Document History logger and clip library for my own
personal use for over a year under Windows 98. Its quite convenient,
and I regret that I didn't share it sooner. I recently installed
Windows XP and discovered I had to make some minor changes for
compatibility. I decided to go the extra mile and try to make it
something everyone could use.
The only hitch is, it does require Perl. Even if this is your only
use for Perl, I think its worth installing. Perl is free and
available from ActiveState:
The clip package is in our Yahoo files area as Doc_History_1.4.zip.
You need to have a Yahoo id associated with your group subscription
to access the files area. You can try this link if you have trouble:
Our files area is here:
A direct link to the actual file is:
This is my Christmas gift to the group <g>
I hope you don't run into any snags but let me know if you do.
PS, another of my more ambitious clip projects is also in the files
area: ClipcodeSyntax_v4.02.zip at:
That one assists in building your own clips.
- Hi Sheri,
>PS, another of my more ambitious clip projects is also in the filesI use this a lot of the time. I think it should be included with the next
>area: ClipcodeSyntax_v4.02.zip at:
>That one assists in building your own clips.
Notetab release, providing it passes muster whenever the beta appears.
Thank you so much for that present :-)!
- --- In email@example.com, Julie <gleits@c...> wrote:
> Hi Sheri,files
> >PS, another of my more ambitious clip projects is also in the
> >area: ClipcodeSyntax_v4.02.zip at:the next
> >That one assists in building your own clips.
> I use this a lot of the time. I think it should be included with
> Notetab release, providing it passes muster whenever the betaappears.
> Thank you so much for that present :-)!
Good to see you here! Have a safe and happy holiday.
I've told Eric he is more than welcome to use it in the next
release! Actually a large piece of that one is an enhanced version
of his cliphelp.clh file.