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Re: [Clip] Re: Close then reopen

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  • Sezor
    Thanks for all the suggestions. I have to admit that I was writing a clip for an action which turns out to be available in the menus .. ;-( As I use keyboard
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 2, 2009
      Thanks for all the suggestions.
      I have to admit that I was writing a clip for an action
      which turns out to be available in the menus .. ;-(

      As I use keyboard shortcuts for almost everything,
      I had never spotted the Reload item. I even doubt if
      I've ever used the Edit menu.
      Sezor


      jonas_ramus wrote:
      >
      >
      > --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com <mailto:ntb-clips%40yahoogroups.com>,
      > Sezor <sezor@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > It fails because it transforms the filename (whatever it
      > > is) into "efo~NN" - which, naturally, is not found.
      >
      > Correct. If you change the :Open section of your clip to...
      >
      > ^!Wait
      > ^!Info ^%path%^%name%
      >
      > you will see that NT is searching a temporary efo-file now which is not
      > to be found in the directory you have stored in your variable since it
      > is saved in \Temp.
      >
      > Documents that have not been saved are stored in a temporary file when
      > the token ^** is used. The temporary file is then substituted for the
      > document name.
      >
      > Use ^## if you do not want NT to create a temporary file.
      >
      > Furthermore: ^## completely returns the file name and path of the active
      > file. So there's no need to use that token with ^$GetPath$ and
      > ^$GetFileName$.
      >
      > Probably, the core functions of your clip can be reduced to something
      > like...
      >
      > ^!Set %File%=^##
      > ^!Close Discard
      > ^!Delay 10
      > ^!Open ^%File%
      >
      > (Tested with NT Pro 6.12)
      >
      > Regards,
      > Flo
      >
      >
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