Re: Creating new Auto Replace Library
It looks like you and NoteTab are giving my brain as good a workout
as I get from my square dance homework and in moving dancers on the
floor. It's good to expand my abilities with NoteTab macros and
clips since I do often convert text to web pages as a retired part-
I tried the simple clip library as you mentionned (in the previous
post) and it does work as mentionned. However the AutoReplace
library is still the most helpful, even if I don't get everything
lined up absolutely perfectly.
I received an MP3 player/voice recorder for Christmas and I've been
recording the patter done by experienced callers. My purpose is to
work it through with my wooden "dancers" on the table later to see
all the flow. However, it's just too hard to keep pausing the MP3
player while I move the wooden "dancers". Thus with NoteTab's
AutoReplace library, my typing can almost keep up with the MP3
playback without pausing it so I can capture the entire
patter "relatively" quickly and create a document to print and work
Thanks for your help
--- In email@example.com, "hugo_paulissen"
> Hi Bob,you
> Actually I tested it with two autoreplace patterns:
> "h"+<space> expands to "H-<space>", so if you type sq4 after that
> end up with H-SqTh4...
> > backspace with the dancer abbreviation H-, the "-" is back over
> > and "replaced" with the <space> that I typed to triggering the
> > AutoReplace in the first place, so the result is "H SqTh4" rather
> > than "H-SqTh4".