Re: [Clip] Temp file
- --- In email@example.com, John Parsons <john.parsonsja@n...>
> On 30/01/05 20:15, hsavage weightily Declaimed:that I then
> >John Parsons wrote:
> > > I have a clip that does some pre-processing on scanned text
> > > paste into a wordprocessor....
> > > I would like notetab to close without giving me the "file has
> > > changed..." prompt (i.e discard the file)
> > > Any ideas on how to do that?
> >At an appropriate place in the clip you could use; look in NoteTab
> >^!DestroyDoc [DocumentName]
> >^!DeleteFile FileSpecs
> >^!Close DISCARD
> Thanks Hfile
> The only problem is that I need to do some hand-editing before the
> closes, so destroying the file actually in the clip is not anoption. I
> suppose what I was hoping for was some way of marking the file asPausing the clip is no problem, if you add a goto at the top of the
> temporary while it was still open.
> Unless I could pause the clip??
clip, and a label, where you want to restart.
In the goto, you want to place a variable target. For example:
; top of clip
^If "^%target%"="^%EMPTY%" SKIP
;continue clip operation
This code can be used to re-enter clip repeatedly, at different
Just out of curiosity, why do you need to hand-edit a document before
- On 01/02/05 18:19, abairheart weightily Declaimed:
>Pausing the clip is no problem, if you add a goto at the top of theThanks for all the suggestions, I'm just trying them out to see what
>clip, and a label, where you want to restart.
>In the goto, you want to place a variable target. For example:
>; top of clip
>^If "^%target%"="^%EMPTY%" SKIP
>;continue clip operation
>This code can be used to re-enter clip repeatedly, at different
>Just out of curiosity, why do you need to hand-edit a document before
approach suits best.
The reason for hand editing is that the material I'm scanning starts
with a heading in a different font and also a dropped cap on the first
line - now Finereader is 99% on basic text but struggles sometimes with
the heading/dropped cap combination, no combination of regep filters I
can think of will resolve the resulting jumble of lines (the clip is
basically to remove spurious line breaks so the material will paste into