Re: [Clip] How to make red library heading ?
- Don - htmlfixit.com wrote:
> dvdwriters12 wrote:dvd, Don,
>> Thanks, works just fine!
>>>> H=;Red Hi-lite
> That is the hard way to do it.
> Just add a new heading that starts with a semi-colon. To do this start
> by right clicking over the clipbook window, select "add new clip" from
> the drop down, type the name of the heading with a semi-colon in the box
> that pops up thus ";heading name" and you have a red heading. You can
> then drag and drop your clips and headings to where you want them to
> organize them.
True, you can drag-&-drop clips and dividers as long as you aren't set
up as I am, with 'View > Clipbook > Single Click to Execute' enabled.
I find that setting most preferable and when I edit a clipbook I always
have it opened as a Document. In this manner I cut/copy and paste as in
If I had several clipbooks to rearrange I would write a clip to toggle
that setting, for large jobs it would be a bit more convenient to
hrs > hsavage@...
- Hi all,
I'm trying to help a disorganized friend retrieve a story she's written
from a webpage, and number sections into chapters, the copying part is
rather easy with the pasteboard feature, but I'm stuck with how to automate
the numbering. Say I have a pasteboard divider of
Is there any way to find/replace with
then next one into
and so on until the end?
thanks for any help,
- Julie wrote:
>Hi all,^!Jump DOC_START
>[ . . ] , but I'm stuck with how to automate
>the numbering. Say I have a pasteboard divider of
>Is there any way to find/replace with
>then next one into
>and so on until the end?
^!Find "+++++" IS
^!Replace "$getselection$" >> "Chapter ^%indx%" IS
There it is. But you need to correct the syntax of just the $getselection$
Ok? I'm right now on Linux doing Linux things, Perl things also. I
just wrote the above off of the top of my head so to speak. My Ntab
help and references (to reference syntax(s) ) are not yet set up on my