Re: [Clip] Re: Trouble using AutoReplace key variable
- Hi Bob,
>You can delete it from the end of the message if you want toI modified the clips again and I was wrong about the above statement. The
>suppress it except that there is no way that I can tell to suppress the
>extra <cr/lf> that NoteTab does with the return key. The ^& controls where
>the hard break will occur, however. Just move it to the place in the text
>output where it will cause you the least problems. If you use the %key%
>variable, then the ^& will not move the <cr/lf>. The %key% variable will
>determine where the break is. Otherwise the ^& will determine where it is.
^& function DOES NOT control where the hard break will occur when used by
itself. If you place the %key% variable into the replace sring then it
appears in the replace string in the same position where you placed but if
you only use the ^& function, then the break is always placed at the very
end of the whole clip function. That is; a hard break is added just after
the clip and the subclip are finished. It is not part of running the clip.
It is a finish/ending of the activation process.