Re: [Clip] html markup create was Alternate to keyboard 4 copy ("cut") / paste n
- View Source--- In email@example.com, Jeff Scism <Scismgenie@...> wrote:
> Thanks Alan, My problem is my mind doesn't grasp REGex (yet) and Ihave
> no Perl experience.Well, yes, those other (unneeded) clips can be deleted. Just the 4
clips at bottom are relevant (these 4 have no Perl and have no regex)
-- could copy them and put them into wherever other library if desired.
(The last real programming I did was in 1972 in
> Cobol and Fortran, a very distant memory. Remember punch cards?)I'm familiar with what they are.
> I still don't grasp the mechanics, but I see how this one is working.I don't savvy the difference there. I think if I see how is working
is equal to the mechanics of what makes it tick.
> (and Yes it is working, (I have to redo the HTML markup...))some of the markup got it from Yahoo Groups and I snipped some too.
don't forget about ~~insert_here~~
(after cursor jumps to top of doc) (^!Jump DOC_START) also there is an
order to the ^!Find commands near the bottom of the main clip -- this
order is coordinated to/with the order of things to find in the html
from the top of doc down to the bottom of the html doc
Well, it works on Vista!
I know I took a risk (it's up to you whether you use it or not) when I
built it like that. But this method worked for me rock solidly in the
past. And I found it convenient as in can have 3 or 4 different (for
differing styles/formats/layouts of web pages) html_markup "called
clips" (^!Clip called_clip). Such clip containing html given if
there's no clip code in it then when it's called it merely pastes its
content into the current doc.