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Re: [Clip] Display Quotations

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  • rpdooling
    Larry, Thanks. I will find SureWord and examine it. I ve already made some progress using some PERL scripts that work quite nicely and feed the output into
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      Larry,

      Thanks. I will find SureWord and examine it.

      I've already made some progress using some PERL scripts that work
      quite nicely and feed the output into ^!Info boxes for viewing.

      Rick

      --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, Larry Hamilton <lmh@h...> wrote:
      > I know that Jody has a clip Library (Sureword) that will display random
      > Bible verses when the Library is activated. There is a clip to format
      > the text file you have that you want to display. It could be adapted to
      > your needs.
      >
      > There have also been similar clips developed over the years. It should
      > be a simple matter for someone with the time to do it.
      >
      > The trick is to get it to "pop-up" periodically while still working in
      > NoteTab. Perhaps a minimized to tray instance or dedicated ini file run
      > from a batch file would do the trick.
      >
      > Larry Hamilton
      > Kairos Computer Solutions
      > http://www.kairoscomputers.com/
      > Sales Affiliate for Grisoft Anti-Virus
      >
      >
      > rpdooling wrote:
      >
      > >Does anybody have a clip that periodically displays one random line of
      > >a large text file of humorous or inspirational quotations?
      > >
      > >I collect quotes and would like to find the best way to have them pop
      > >up and display, one at a time, throughout the day, either in a Notetab
      > >file dedicated to that purpose, or some other pop-up. Of course I also
      > >want to be able to continue working in NoteTab so, correct me if I'm
      > >wrong, it can't be an Info Box or a Wizard.
      > >
      > >Just having one tabbed file dedicated to this purpse would be fine,
      > >but I'm uncertain if there's a way to have it running in the
      > >backgroud, as it were?
      > >
      > >My simplest files would be simply
      > >[tab]Quotation[tab]--Author
      > >
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