Re: How to set a clip capable of deleting lines without particaluar content?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Flo" <flo.gehrke@...> wrote:
>Hi Flo, Eb, scenario_t_c,
> --- In email@example.com, "ebbtidalflats" <ebbtidalflats@>
> > Sure thing.
> > Select the clip between lines, copy to clipboard, open any
> > clipbook, and click on "Add from clipboard":
> > ---------------------------
> > H="Delete Line Without Target Text"...
> When searching for "tea" and running that clip on the following six
> lines (# 6 is empty)...
> tea plantation
> <---empty line
> ...you get three errors: Line #1 and #5 are not being deleted
> although they don't contain the search string "tea". The clip
> deletes line # 2 although it contains the search string.
Flo, To work on your sample, I think he would need:
^!Select EOL (instead of ^!Select Line) and
^!DeleteLine (currently used)
^!Select Line (currently used) and
^!Menu Edit/Delete (instead of ^!DeleteLine)
- Flo wrote:
>With ^!SetScreenUpdate Off your Clip needs 32 seconds to run my testThank you, Flo. At least there is a significant difference. I'm a
>(reducing 15,000 to 234 lines). I'm working with a 1,6-GHz-Notebook.
little shocked. I hadn't noticed before that Notetab has gotten
slower in some respects.