Don - HtmlFixIt.com wrote:
> I need a dot in data I am entering.
> I am using this character >•< which should appear as a >dot< perhaps.
> I use these lines in my clip:
> ^!Set %address%="^%address%•^%the_data6% ^%the_data7% ^%the_data8%"
> ^!Keyboard #^%address%#
> The Dot disappears (you should see it between ^%address% and
> I am having this keyboarded into a form on a web page.
The sample clip below should solve your problem with a few changes to
the way you setup your variables.
^!ClipBoardSave and ^!ClipBoardRestore +, work great, a sample clip is
included to demonstrate the use of the commands.
^!ClipBoardSave (added in v4.6)
Saves the Clipboard contents (any type of data) in NoteTab's internal
memory. This command is to be used in conjunction with
^!ClipBoardRestore. It is particularly useful when you want to use the
Clipboard for temporary storage without permanently removing what the
user may have initially stored in it.
^!ClipBoardRestore [+] (added in v4.6)
Restore the contents of clipboard saved through the ^!ClipBoardSave
command. Use the optional "+" parameter if you want NoteTab to keep the
saved Clipboard data in its internal memory (lets you restore it again
at a later stage).
; Save the bullet to clipboard in this manner at beginning of clip.
^!Set %address%="40 Golf Course Road"; %the_data6%="THE DATA6";
%the_data7%="THE DATA7"; %the_data8%="THE DATA8"
; For each subsequent use of bullet preface each ^!KeyBoard command with
; only necessary if you've copied some else to the clipboard in the interim.
; the ^!SetClipboard command for XXXXX and YYYYY are there for demo
^!Keyboard #^%address%# $20 Ctrl+V $20 #^%the_data6%# $20 #^%the_data7%#
$20 #^%the_data8%# ENTER
^!Keyboard #WORD# $20 CTRL+V $20 #WORD# ENTER ENTER
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