RE: [Clip] Re: Help with clip programming
- I always learn something. Thanks, I added the:
And now it works better.
After rereading the help, I understand how it works, but it never dawned on me during my
I have a 'My Notes' clip in my main library. I add notes that clarify how to do things there. It is
just a NoteTab text file stored in the Documents folder, but it is called up by a clip. I usually
have it as one of my open documents so I can add to it when necessary. This deserves to go there.
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Sent: 05 May, 2010 02:33 PM
Subject: [Clip] Re: Help with clip programming
"John Shotsky" <jshotsky@...> wrote:
> ...Yes, sir. (To overcome this, I proposed probably overly complex conditional shrinking of the
> The other problem was that the trailing CR is included
> in the GetSelection which causes the closing paren to
> be on the next line. Instead of manipulating the
> variable, I just fixed it post replace.
selection from its end by these very two offending CRLF characters, ^!Select -2.)
And sorry for the following (oopsie!) redundancy:
> ^!SetClipboard ^$GetSelection$There ain't no need to "store" nothin. It could just read:
> ^!InsertText (^$GetClipboard$)
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