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RE: [Clip] command for setting pasteboard

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  • Jamal Mazrui
    Try the Use as Paste Board command on the Document menu. It is a toggle that turns the feature on and off for the current document. Control+Shift+P is a
    Message 1 of 3 , May 19, 2005
      Try the "Use as Paste Board" command on the Document menu. It is a toggle that turns the feature on and off for the current document. Control+Shift+P is a hot key that does the same thing.

      Regards,
      Jamal


      -----Original Message-----
      From: ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of mfrascinella@...
      Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2005 1:30 PM
      To: Clips NoteTab
      Subject: [Clip] command for setting pasteboard


      Notetabbers,

      I was building a little clip to open a reusable pasteboard file and could not find the command to use the current file as a pasteboard. I stumbled upon the ^!Menu command so I was able to activate it with this clip:

      ^!Open C:\Editors\NoteTab Pro\pasteboard-file.txt
      ^!Menu Document/Use as paste board
      ^!Jump doc_end
      ^!Info This file is ready to store text that you copy from elsewhere.

      I found a few other commands related to the pasteboard like $!SetPasteBoard Divider and ^$IsPasteBoard but nothing to turn it on. Is the command missing or just undocumented?

      Yours,

      Michael F
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