Re: Opening a file for editing from a list of directory file addresses
Look at the OnClipbarChange event.
Basically, you can copy a highlighted text in one application to the Windows clipbar to trigger that event and run any clipcode, when the event is triggered.
See the "CaptureLinks" library (part of NoteTab distribution) for an example.
Aside from running automatically, when the clipboard is changed, this clip is like any other.
--- In email@example.com, Jeffery Scism <jeff@...> wrote:
> Looking for a way to OPEN FOR EDITING a highlighted URL ( from XENU)
> I normally copy the broken links listing to NoteTab, and edit the
> broken links in NoteTab, BUT I would like to highlight the file address
> in the XENU list and instead of having the BROWSER open, have NoteTab
> open the file for editing. Normally this means manual copying of the
> address and the OPEN command from the toolbar. Doing this many times is
> I would like the clip to grab the highlighted file address and use it
> in the NoteTab OPEN process to see the coding for editing.
> There is already a right click option to open it in TWO browsers, but
> I want to have the option of directing it to NoteTab.
> NoteTab will not let you designate NoteTab as one of the browsers.