Re: [Clip] One more question-Change the directory of the Quicklist
- One more question that has me puzzled, Melchior.
Your clip works perfectly.
But if I try the keys manually (Alt+T L K, Shift+F7, ctrl+F6),
the ctrl+F6 seems to shift focus away from Notetab and does nothing to the
Is there something strange about ctrl+F6 that can only be done in a clip?
----- Original Message -----
From: "melchior prisi" <mprisi@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2004 11:26 PM
Subject: Re: [Clip] Change the directory of the Quicklist
> Hi Roy,
> ----- on 06.09.2004 00:23 Roy Herring wrote:
> > Is it possible, in a clip, to change the directory of the Quicklist
> > For example, to change it to C:\1\RH\*.*.
> I use the following to open the quicklist
> with the directory of the open document.
> You can set %path% to any directory you like.
> ^!Set %path%=^$GetPath(^$getdocname$)$
> ^!Append %path%=*.*
> ^!SetClipboard ^%path%
> ;--- long line follows:
> ^!Keyboard Alt+T L K &200 Shift+F7 &200 ctrl+F6 &200 Delete &200 Ctrl+V
> &200 Enter
> ;--- end of long line; end of clip
> The "&200"s in the keyboard command are delays which
> you might have to adjust depending your machines speed.
> (&200 means 200 milliseconds)
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- Hi Roy,
Glad it works.
----- on 06.09.2004 18:16 Roy Herring wrote:
> Is there something strange about ctrl+F6 that can only be done in a clip?No, but it's just of use if a list (clipbook or quicklist)
It goes like this:
;Set Quick List Properties to "Disk Files":
ALT+T L K
;Set focus to quicklist:
;Set focus to directory-dropdwon on top of quicklist:
See also NoteTab help file on Keyboard shortcuts:
To document Ctrl+G
document <-> Clipbook Shift+F4
document <-> list Shift+F6
combo box <-> list Ctrl+F6
document <-> QuickList Shift+F7
Left <-> right document Shift+Ctrl+G