--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Don - htmlfixit.com" <don@h...>
> Don - htmlfixit.com wrote:
> >>I have tried creating a master clip to play a clip to replace the
> >>&&'s then play another clip to replace the $$'s but when the clip
> >>replace && doesn't find another &&, I Ctrl+Alt+Cancel to end the
> >>clip. This ends the clip operation of the parent clip, so the $$
> >>does not play.
> >>Is there a way to format a clip to state, "Find and replace all
> >>and when there are no more &&, find and replace all $$."?
> > Yes you do your search. When there are no more, you will get an
> > so put this:
> > ^!IfError THEDOLLARSIGNLOOP ELSE THEAMPERSANDLOOP
> ps, post your clip so we can see it and then we would just have to
> minor adjustments as opposed to writing one if we wanted to show
> we might do it. Hopefully the above gets you where you need to
> presume you have a loop running to get the incremented replacement.
2005-02-01 kdayton: Thanks. That worked beautifully. I created a
series of loops so when one was finished, the clip went to the next
loop in the series.