Re: Keyboard macro not working within my clip in NoteTab 5.1
- Thanks a bunch, Hugo! Your clip worked perfectly.
I did some extensive (for me) testing and came up with the following:
1) I can use the TAB instead of the ALT+W. That's good, since the
documentation says I can.
2) I have to follow the documentation rule which says: To specify
plain text, wrap it with the # character. I guess I was able to get
away with ignoring this in 4.95, but that loophole got closed. That's
fine. The documentation says to do it -- I'll change.
3) I need the &50 after the ^!Keyboard macro. That's bad. That's not
in the documentation, but I'm glad it was called to my attention.
With my new-found knowledge I'm going to plow through my other clips
that got 'broke' with the NoteTab upgrade.
Thanks for everyone's responses.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Hugo Paulissen <hugopaulissen@...>
> > Thanks for your reply, Hugo, but the delay didn't help. I even
> > increased the delay to 500 milliseconds and got the same results.
> Instead of Tab you could use ALT+W as well... Maybe it helps. Like this:
> ^!IfFalse ^$IsEmpty("^$GetSelection$")$ DoSelection
> ^!Keyboard Ctrl+A Shift+Ctrl+M &50 ALT+W #50# Enter Ctrl+Home
> ^!Goto End
> ^!Keyboard Shift+Ctrl+M &50 ALT+W #50# Enter Ctrl+Home
> BTW: I have Windows XP Pro as well.