RE: [Clip] OnOpen
- Well, I was wrong. I almost always have my clip open for editing, and in THAT case, it won't run the
OnStart clip. If I close my clip library first, it runs. So - it works as it was intended, I was
just tricking myself by leaving my library in edit mode, and I have it set to reload everything that
was loaded upon close. Sigh. There is always just one thing that you overlook that is SO simple.
Like forgetting the \ in a long clip where you want \d+. I have stared at those for 10 minutes
before I recognized the missing \.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of loro
Sent: Sunday, July 11, 2010 11:09
Subject: Re: [Clip] OnOpen
John Shotsky wrote:
>I would like a certain clip to run whenever one of my users opensLet's see if I understand you right. Are you saying they open NTP
>NoteTab with my clip library as
>the default library. I have found that it doesn't run in that
>situation - it waits for the user to
>change from a different clip library to mine. Since many of my users
>don't use NoteTab for anything
>other than to run my clip library, they aren't seeing my
>initializing code run. (I put SetDebug ON
>in my OnOpen clip but it is bypassed.) If I select a different clip
>library, then close and reopen
>RecipeClips, and THEN switch to my clip library, the 'OnOpen clip runs.
>Is there another way to run a clip when NoteTab opens with a given
>library as the active library?
with the library with the onopen clip loaded? It *should* run in
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