If the last spot is always the last heading in an outline, here is an
example I use at work. I am salaried, but I track my start and end of
the day to show my boss how much I'm doing.
Anyway, here's the basics of the clip:
^!AddHeading ^$GetDate("mmmm dd, yyyy")$
The ^!Jump Doc_End will go to the end of the outline, or any other text
If you want to set the file to open where you left off when you re-start
NoteTab, there is a setting under View > Options and check Reload Open
Documents. This works for both otl and regular text file. I am using
NotePro right now, but as I recall Light and Standard function the same way.
Reload Open Documents: Use this option if you want the documents that
were open when you closed the editor to be reopened next time you start
the editor. Files that no longer exist are ignored by this feature.
If you mean something else, that does not involve a bookmark, it will
probably take a clip setting a variable that gets saved in the
NoteTab.ini or a custom ini file.
I seem to vaguely remember, did Larry Thomas or someone else do a clip
doing something like this with bookmarks? Perhaps a search of the
archives, or someone with a better memory, or a clip at hand, might have
more to offer.
Dave & Linda Guss wrote:
> Thank you for the clip Hugo-it works great.
> In an outline, I would like to be able to go the last spot I was at in a topic without setting a bookmark. Is there a way to do this? (The reason for not wanting a bookmark is because the "last spot" is always changing.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Hugo Paulissen
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 6:42 AM
> Subject: Re: [Clip] Need help with clip
> > 1. I use a clip to add the date to files. Is there a way to have
> the clip add a day? For instance, instead of having the clip paste
> today's date, I want tomorrow's date.
> To the best of my knowledge you cannot do it without a very
> complicated clip. If you download a small dos-program (DOFF.exe)
> I have it in my NoteTab folder, in a subdirectory APPS. The clip
> below assumes DOFF is in the Apps-subdir.
> With this clip I get tomorrows date in mm-dd-yy format.
> ^!Set %DOFFPATH%=^$GetShort(^$GetAppPath$Apps\doff.exe)$
> ^!Set %OUTPUT%=mm-dd-yy +1xd
> ;^!Set %OUTPUT%=-h
> ^!Set %TOMORROW%=^$GetDosOutput(^%DOFFPATH% ^%OUTPUT%)$
> DOFF -h shows the help for DOFF...
> I didn't care to surround the path- and filenames with quotes
> although that would have been better...