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  • Axel Berger
    ... Make that: ^!Replace ^( d+)( | R)(.+) R( d.*:.*)$ $1 $3 $3 ARSW I m just packing to be off for a week so this is my last post in this thread. Hope
    Message 1 of 10 , May 25, 2013
      Adrian Worsfold wrote:
      > ^!Replace "^(\d+)\R(.+)\R(\d.*:.*)$" >> "$1 $2 $3" ARSW

      Make that:

      ^!Replace "^(\d+)( |\R)(.+)\R(\d.*:.*)$" >> "$1 $3 $3" ARSW

      I'm just packing to be off for a week so this is my last post in this
      thread. Hope it works and there aren't any unintended consequences.

      Axel
    • Adrian Worsfold
      Hello Axel Berger Very grateful for the assistance regardless of consequences intended or unintended! I have been working out a logical path and the coding to
      Message 2 of 10 , May 25, 2013
        Hello Axel Berger


        Very grateful for the assistance regardless of consequences intended or unintended!

        I have been working out a logical path and the coding to break up two lines into three, to then use the existing line, all the time 'knowing' that the other method would be available but beyond my understanding.





        Adrian Worsfold

        http://www.pluralist.co.uk
        http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com
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        25-05-2013
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        From: Axel Berger
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        Time: 2013-05-25, 09:16:58
        Subject: Re: [Clip] Twos and Threes


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      • flo.gehrke
        ... Adrian, I ve combined three tasks that we have discussed so far in one clip. Maybe I misunderstood the concept as a whole -- but anyway you may want to
        Message 3 of 10 , May 25, 2013
          --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Adrian Worsfold"<pluralist@...> wrote:
          >
          > Hello once again
          >
          > I know why this isn't working, because from 10 above 2 lines need to merge, and from 1 to 9 three lines need to merge...

          Adrian,

          I've combined three tasks that we have discussed so far in one clip. Maybe I misunderstood the concept as a whole -- but anyway you may want to give it a try.

          I took the new list you posted today. There are some new features in that list. e.g. '00' standing for zero hours and '.0' decimals. So I adapted the clip to that. I also changed some time data in order to see all possible types, and I inserted some surplus space to get removed by the clip.

          Another proposal: Wouldn't it make sense to distinguish between decimals from 0 through 4 and above? For example, '09:10.01' is closer to '09:10' than to '09:11'. I included that consideration in the clip below.

          New test list - before:

          1
          Prinknash Stanbrook Abbeys Monks Nuns Abbey Bells Introit
          00:01:58.4
          2
          RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Impromptu op. 51
          00:12:59.0
          3
          FranckEduard KerseyJohn Klavierstuck op 62 no 6
          00:03:59.9
          4
          SmithSydney KerseyJohn Aspiration melodie op 208 no 1
          00:11:00.0
          5
          AshtonAlgernon KerseyJohn Toccata op 127 no 4
          00:15:59.5
          6
          WolfHugo RegerMax KerseyJohn Begegnung
          00:02:03
          7
          HL 126 Stenka Razin choir
          00:10:00.1
          8
          SF 064 Wentworth choir
          00:10:09.1
          9
          ReussHeinrich KerseyJohn Andante in G minor
          00:10:01.3
          10 SF 060 This Old Man choir piano
          00:12:10.4
          11 KopylovAlexander KerseyJohn Feuille d'album in C
          00:07:03.3
          12 SF 030 Middleton choir
          00:02:27.0
          13 Rosenhain KerseyJohn Romance op 14 no 4
          00:01:37.0
          14 ScholtzHerrmann KerseyJohn Albumblatt op 20 no 3
          00:12:59.0
          15 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Capriccio appassionato, op 48
          00:05:14
          16 Birtwistle Triumph of Time
          00:29:32


          New test list - after processing with the clip below...


          1 Prinknash Stanbrook Abbeys Monks Nuns Abbey Bells Introit [01:58]
          2 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Impromptu op. 51 [12:59]
          3 FranckEduard KerseyJohn Klavierstuck op 62 no 6 [04:00]
          4 SmithSydney KerseyJohn Aspiration melodie op 208 no 1 [11:00]
          5 AshtonAlgernon KerseyJohn Toccata op 127 no 4 [16:00]
          6 WolfHugo RegerMax KerseyJohn Begegnung [02:03]
          7 HL 126 Stenka Razin choir [10:00]
          8 SF 064 Wentworth choir [10:09]
          9 ReussHeinrich KerseyJohn Andante in G minor [10:01]
          10 SF 060 This Old Man choir piano [12:10]
          11 KopylovAlexander KerseyJohn Feuille d'album in C [07:03]
          12 SF 030 Middleton choir [02:27]
          13 Rosenhain KerseyJohn Romance op 14 no 4 [01:37]
          14 ScholtzHerrmann KerseyJohn Albumblatt op 20 no 3 [12:59]
          15 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Capriccio appassionato, op 48 [05:14]
          16 Birtwistle Triumph of Time [29:32]


          If that gets close to what you try to achieve then you may try...


          ^!SetHintInfo Working...
          ^!SetScreenUpdate Off
          ; Remove spaces at start or end of lines
          ^!Replace "^\x20+|\x20+$" >> "" WARS
          ; Make new line break
          ^!Replace "\R(?![1-9])" >> "\x20" WARS
          ; Remove new space at EOF
          ^!Replace "\x20+\Z" >> "" WRS
          ; Remove decimal seconds from 0 through 4
          ^!Replace "\.[0-4]{1,}$" >> "" WARS
          ^!Jump Doc_Start
          :Seconds
          ^!Find "(\d\d)\.\d$" RS
          ^!IfError Skip_2
          ^!InsertText "^$Calc(^$GetReSubstrings$+1)$"
          ^!Goto Seconds
          ^!Jump Doc_Start
          :Minutes_1
          ^!Find "([0][1-8]):60$" RS
          ^!IfError Skip_2
          ^!InsertText "0^$Calc(^$GetReSubStrings$+1)$:00"
          ^!Goto Minutes_1
          ^!Jump Doc_Start
          :Minutes_2
          ^!Find "([0][1-9]):60$" RS
          ^!IfError Skip_2
          ^!InsertText "^$Calc(^$GetReSubStrings$+1)$:00"
          ^!Goto Minutes_2
          ^!Jump Doc_Start
          :Minutes_3
          ^!Jump Doc_Start
          ^!Find "(\d\d):60$" RS
          ^!IfError Out
          ^!InsertText "^$Calc(^$GetReSubStrings$+1)$:00"
          ^!Goto Minutes_3
          :Out
          ^!Replace ":\K(?=\d$)" >> "0" WARS
          ; Embrace time with square brackets / Remove '00' hours
          ^!Replace "00:(\d\d:\d\d)$" >> "[$1]" WARS
          ^!Jump 1

          Regards,
          Flo
        • Adrian Worsfold
          Hello all ^!Replace ^( d+)( | R)(.+) R( d.*:.*)$ $1 $3 $3 ARSW does not work, even with the second $ replaced to 2. It is still partial regarding the
          Message 4 of 10 , May 25, 2013
            Hello all

            ^!Replace "^(\d+)( |\R)(.+)\R(\d.*:.*)$" >> "$1 $3 $3" ARSW

            does not work, even with the second $ replaced to 2. It is still partial regarding the lines and loses the timings at the end.

            I'll plod on. My solution would be to insert a line after all numbers starting with 10 and then use the original regex offering:

            ^!Replace "^(\d+)\R(.+)\R(\d.*:.*)$" >> "$1 $2 $3" ARSW


            Try it on (the .PDF output as copied):

            1
            Prinknash Stanbrook Abbeys Monks Nuns Abbey Bells Introit
            00:02:00
            2
            RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Impromptu op. 51
            00:03:52
            3
            FranckEduard KerseyJohn Klavierstuck op 62 no 6
            00:05:57
            4
            SmithSydney KerseyJohn Aspiration melodie op 208 no 1
            00:04:14
            5
            AshtonAlgernon KerseyJohn Toccata op 127 no 4
            00:02:17
            6
            WolfHugo RegerMax KerseyJohn Begegnung
            00:02:03
            7
            HL 126 Stenka Razin choir
            00:01:40.1
            8
            SF 064 Wentworth choir
            00:01:37.0
            9
            ReussHeinrich KerseyJohn Andante in G minor
            00:05:04
            10 SF 060 This Old Man choir piano
            00:01:51
            11 KopylovAlexander KerseyJohn Feuille d'album in C
            00:01:54
            12 SF 030 Middleton choir
            00:02:27.0
            13 Rosenhain KerseyJohn Romance op 14 no 4
            00:03:01
            14 ScholtzHerrmann KerseyJohn Albumblatt op 20 no 3
            00:02:54
            15 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Capriccio appassionato, op 48
            00:05:14
            16 Birtwistle Triumph of Time
            00:29:32




            Adrian Worsfold

            http://www.pluralist.co.uk
            http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com
            pluralist@...
            25-05-2013
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            Time: 2013-05-25, 09:16:58
            Subject: Re: [Clip] Twos and Threes


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          • Adrian Worsfold
            Hello Flo Many thanks but (for explanation) in a CD timing a .1 is more than the time with minutes and seconds only, so it always adds a second, never loses
            Message 5 of 10 , May 25, 2013
              Hello Flo

              Many thanks but (for explanation) in a CD timing a .1 is more than the time with minutes and seconds only, so it always adds a second, never loses time. I've taken that loss bit out and the rest works very well.

              If only I could work out how! I'm most grateful.

              Here is the complete clip I now use.

              ^!ClearVariables
              ^!Toolbar New Document
              ^!Set %Preacher%=^?[Click on the Service Taker's name=_Adrian Worsfold|Barry Cundill|Bernard McHugh|Chris Pilkington|David Arthur|Elizabeth Faiers|Ernest Baker|Jim Timiney|John Midgley|John Williams|June Pettitt|Keith Brown|Marion Baker|Mavis Lake|Michael Tracey|Rosemary Arthur|Stephanie Cage|Stephen Carlile]
              ^!Info [L]"Print the CD Cover to PDF and copy the tracks.^PAlso note the total time of tracks before the first hymn^P(wipe out first hymn onward - do not save!)."
              ^!ShellWait "C:\Program Files\CDBurnerXP\cdbxpp.exe"
              ^!SetScreenUpdate Off
              ^!InsertHTML ^P^P

              ^!Set %Date%=^$GetDateFromInt(^$Calc(CEIL((^$GetDateToInt$+6)/7)*7-6)$;yyyymmdd)$
              ^!Set %Filename%="Service ^%Date%"
              ^!Toolbar New Document
              ^!Set %Trackslist1%=^$Getclipboard$
              ^!InsertText ^%Trackslist1%
              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              ^!SetHintInfo Working...
              ^!SetScreenUpdate Off
              ; Remove spaces at start or end of lines
              ^!Replace "^\x20+|\x20+$" >> "" WARS
              ; Make new line break
              ^!Replace "\R(?![1-9])" >> "\x20" WARS
              ; Remove new space at EOF
              ^!Replace "\x20+\Z" >> "" WRS
              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              :Seconds
              ^!Find "(\d\d)\.\d$" RS
              ^!IfError Skip_2
              ^!InsertText "^$Calc(^$GetReSubstrings$+1)$"
              ^!Goto Seconds
              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              :Minutes_1
              ^!Find "([0][1-8]):60$" RS
              ^!IfError Skip_2
              ^!InsertText "0^$Calc(^$GetReSubStrings$+1)$:00"
              ^!Goto Minutes_1
              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              :Minutes_2
              ^!Find "([0][1-9]):60$" RS
              ^!IfError Skip_2
              ^!InsertText "^$Calc(^$GetReSubStrings$+1)$:00"
              ^!Goto Minutes_2
              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              :Minutes_3
              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              ^!Find "(\d\d):60$" RS
              ^!IfError Out
              ^!InsertText "^$Calc(^$GetReSubStrings$+1)$:00"
              ^!Goto Minutes_3
              :Out
              ^!Replace ":\K(?=\d$)" >> "0" WARS
              ; Embrace time with square brackets / Remove '00' hours
              ^!Replace "00:(\d\d:\d\d)$" >> "[$1]" WARS
              ^!Jump 1

              ^!Clip "Sorting numbers zeros"
              ^!Select All
              ^!Set %Trackslist2%=^$GetSelection$

              ^!DestroyDoc
              ^!FocusDoc
              ;Removes last lines if blank
              ^!Replace "\R{1,}\Z" >> "" WRS

              ^!Jump Doc_Start
              ^!Set %Minutes%=^?{Minutes Long (two digits)=20}
              ^!Set %Seconds%=^?{Seconds Long (two digits)=00}
              ^!Set %Minsclock%=^$Calc(60-^%Minutes%)$

              ^!InsertText "^P^PService ^%Date%^P^P^%Preacher%^P^P^P<Start 10:^%Minsclock% for 11:00 start [^%Minutes%:^%Seconds%]>^P^P"
              ^!InsertText ^%Trackslist2%
              ^!Save As "C:\Shared Documents\Music\^%Filename%.txt"

              The clip for adding zeros - "Sorting numbers zeros" - functions fully and is this:

              ^!SetHintInfo Working...
              ^!SetScreenUpdate Off
              ^!Set %dig%=2
              ^!Find "^\d{^%dig%}" WRS
              ^!IfError Skip_2
              ^!Inc %dig%
              ^!Goto Skip_-3
              ^!Dec %dig%
              ^!Set %q%=^$Calc(^%dig%-1)$
              ^!Replace "^" >> "^$StrFill(\x30;^%dig%)$" WARS
              ^!Replace "^\x30+?(.{^%q%}\d\b)" >> "$1" WARS
              ^!Select All
              ^$StrSort("^$GetSelection$";0;1;0)$

              So this is what happens. There are preset choices for preachers to select, timings for the service to begin (at the first hymn; the seconds don't count - it helps to start slightly late anyway), the document gets dated and saved for the Sunday's date, and the list is made neat, as derived from the CD cover printed to PDF from its raw 3 lines to track 9 and 2 lines to track 10 when examined as text.

              * There is one final potential clip that hardly saves on human viewing, but one may as well push it to the logical end.

              After the number, the presence of HL nnn, SF nnn, LS nn, CC nn, HW nnn, HF nnn, or NB nn indicates a hymn book (or latter no book still with numbers up to 99). Before each hymn book, and after it but not before another hymn book, there is a blank line inserted. This is to tell me to use a second CD made at a higher level of volume which people sing against. Now I am sure this is within my abilities, eventually, the complication being not wanting a blank line in between two hymns indicated by either leading code after the number.

              This final clip would produce (including the effect of the clips above):


              Service 20130526

              David Arthur

              <Start 10:40 for 11:00 start [20:33]>

              01 Prinknash Stanbrook Abbeys Monks Nuns Abbey Bells Introit [02:00]
              02 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Impromptu op. 51 [03:52]
              03 FranckEduard KerseyJohn Klavierstuck op 62 no 6 [05:57]
              04 SmithSydney KerseyJohn Aspiration melodie op 208 no 1 [04:14]
              05 AshtonAlgernon KerseyJohn Toccata op 127 no 4 [02:17]
              06 WolfHugo RegerMax KerseyJohn Begegnung [02:03]

              07 HL 126 Stenka Razin choir [01:41]
              08 SF 064 Wentworth choir [01:38]

              09 ReussHeinrich KerseyJohn Andante in G minor [05:04]

              10 SF 060 This Old Man choir piano [01:51]

              11 KopylovAlexander KerseyJohn Feuille d'album in C [01:54]

              12 SF 030 Middleton choir [02:28]

              13 Rosenhain KerseyJohn Romance op 14 no 4 [03:01]
              14 ScholtzHerrmann KerseyJohn Albumblatt op 20 no 3 [02:54]
              15 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Capriccio appassionato, op 48 [05:14]
              16 Birtwistle Triumph of Time [29:32]




              Adrian Worsfold

              http://www.pluralist.co.uk
              http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com
              pluralist@...
              25-05-2013
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              From: flo.gehrke
              Receiver: ntb-clips
              Time: 2013-05-25, 14:50:10
              Subject: [Clip] Re: Twos and Threes


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            • flo.gehrke
              ... Adrian, I took the latest list and inserted some hymns at different positions in order to get all possible conditions... 0 CC Any Hymn A [10:30] 1
              Message 6 of 10 , May 26, 2013
                --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Adrian Worsfold"<pluralist@...> wrote:
                >
                > After the number, the presence of HL nnn, SF nnn, LS nn,
                > CC nn, HW nnn, HF nnn, or NB nn indicates a hymn book (...).
                > Before each hymn book, and after it but not before another
                > hymn book, there is a blank line inserted. (...) the complication
                > being not wanting a blank line in between two hymns

                Adrian,

                I took the latest list and inserted some hymns at different positions in order to get all possible conditions...


                0 CC Any Hymn A [10:30]
                1 Prinknash Stanbrook Abbeys Monks Nuns Abbey Bells Introit [01:58]
                2 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Impromptu op. 51 [12:59]
                3 FranckEduard KerseyJohn Klavierstuck op 62 no 6 [04:00]
                4 SmithSydney KerseyJohn Aspiration melodie op 208 no 1 [11:00]
                5 AshtonAlgernon KerseyJohn Toccata op 127 no 4 [16:00]
                6 WolfHugo RegerMax KerseyJohn Begegnung [02:03]
                7 HL 126 Stenka Razin choir [10:00]
                8 SF 064 Wentworth choir [10:09]
                9 ReussHeinrich KerseyJohn Andante in G minor [10:01]
                10 SF 060 This Old Man choir piano [12:10]
                11 KopylovAlexander KerseyJohn Feuille d'album in C [07:03]
                12 SF 030 Middleton choir [02:27]
                13 Rosenhain KerseyJohn Romance op 14 no 4 [01:37]
                14 ScholtzHerrmann KerseyJohn Albumblatt op 20 no 3 [12:59]
                XX LS Any hymn B [05:12]
                XX HF Any hymn C [11:10]
                XX HW Any hymn D [04:20]
                15 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Capriccio appassionato, op 48 [05:14]
                16 Birtwistle Triumph of Time [29:32]
                XX LS Any hymn E [07:12]


                Now try the following clip against that list:


                ^!Replace "^.*\b(HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB)\b.*$" >> "\r\n$0\r\n" WARS
                ^!Replace "\R{3}" >> "\r\n" WARS
                ^!Replace "^\A\R|\R{1,}\Z" >> "" WARS


                For me, the result is...

                0 CC Any Hymn [10:30]

                1 Prinknash Stanbrook Abbeys Monks Nuns Abbey Bells Introit [01:58]
                2 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Impromptu op. 51 [12:59]
                3 FranckEduard KerseyJohn Klavierstuck op 62 no 6 [04:00]
                4 SmithSydney KerseyJohn Aspiration melodie op 208 no 1 [11:00]
                5 AshtonAlgernon KerseyJohn Toccata op 127 no 4 [16:00]
                6 WolfHugo RegerMax KerseyJohn Begegnung [02:03]

                7 HL 126 Stenka Razin choir [10:00]
                8 SF 064 Wentworth choir [10:09]

                9 ReussHeinrich KerseyJohn Andante in G minor [10:01]

                10 SF 060 This Old Man choir piano [12:10]

                11 KopylovAlexander KerseyJohn Feuille d'album in C [07:03]

                12 SF 030 Middleton choir [02:27]

                13 Rosenhain KerseyJohn Romance op 14 no 4 [01:37]
                14 ScholtzHerrmann KerseyJohn Albumblatt op 20 no 3 [12:59]

                XX LS Any hymn [07:12]
                XX HF Any hymn [07:12]
                XX HW Any hymn [07:12]

                15 RudorffErnst KerseyJohn Capriccio appassionato, op 48 [05:14]
                16 Birtwistle Triumph of Time [29:32]

                XX LS Any hymn [07:12]

                Does this match your intention?

                Regards,
                Flo
              • Adrian Worsfold
                Hello Flo This is incredible: indeed yes it is what is wanted. ^!Replace ^.* b(HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB) b.*$ r n$0 r n WARS ^!Replace R{3} r n
                Message 7 of 10 , May 26, 2013
                  Hello Flo

                  This is incredible: indeed yes it is what is wanted.

                  ^!Replace "^.*\b(HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB)\b.*$" >> "\r\n$0\r\n" WARS
                  ^!Replace "\R{3}" >> "\r\n" WARS
                  ^!Replace "^\A\R|\R{1,}\Z" >> "" WARS


                  How do you actually explain such lines? The point about code with loops and all that is you go down the list and follow the logic, once you've pulled hair out via the Help pages ( "Grr, give an example of how you write it!" is what I say there) or seen how other clips do it and got the code lines to work. Often the practical way is clips that follow menus and those keyboard macros that are somewhat sluggish and unreliable.

                  I've looked at the regex pages and notions such as "greedy" mean nothing to me.

                  Once again many thanks are due.



                  Adrian Worsfold

                  http://www.pluralist.co.uk
                  http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com
                  pluralist@...
                  26-05-2013
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                  Time: 2013-05-26, 13:21:33
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                • flo.gehrke
                  ... How do you actually explain such lines? Adrian, Let me just give you an explanation for the first command line: Find ^.* b(HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB) b.*$ ...
                  Message 8 of 10 , May 26, 2013
                    --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Adrian Worsfold"<pluralist@...> wrote:
                    >
                    > ^!Replace "^.*\b(HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB)\b.*$" >> "\r\n$0\r\n" WARS
                    > etc...

                    How do you actually explain such lines?

                    Adrian,

                    Let me just give you an explanation for the first command line:

                    Find '^.*\b(HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB)\b.*$'...
                    ^ = start of line
                    .* = any character (except NL), zero or more times
                    \b = word boundary (between word character and non-word character)
                    (HL|...|NB) = alternation (a OR b OR c etc)
                    \b = another word boundary
                    .* = again any character till...
                    $ = end of line

                    And replace with...
                    \r\n = CRNL
                    $0 = the whole match
                    \r\n = another CRNL

                    From a stricter point of view, one would write:

                    ^.+?\b(?:HL|SF|LS|CC|HW|HF|NB)\b.+$

                    This is a bit more efficient though, with a few lines, one would hardly notice the difference. At the start of each line, we see at least one character being different from '(HL|...|NB)'. So it makes no sense to search for 'zero'. It's the same condition at end of lines where we've got time data.

                    Since there's nothing to store, the alternation could be defined as non-capturing with '?:'. So you may want to replace the RegEx in the above mentioned command line with this better version.

                    > Once again many thanks are due.

                    It's been a pleasure! It keeps me in practice. I also like the precise requirements you are posting, and the good feedback you give including a full view of what comes out in the end.

                    Regards,
                    Flo
                  • Adrian Worsfold
                    Hello Flo (and others) I made a feature of these requirements on my blog too, and has concerned the last four entries, at http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com
                    Message 9 of 10 , May 26, 2013
                      Hello Flo (and others)


                      I made a feature of these requirements on my blog too, and has concerned the last four entries, at

                      http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com

                      because that then links through to my Facebook pages and the people who, sometimes, also use CDs for music in services. I try to do a 'best practice' offering in collecting, editing and storing hymns and acquiring and using incidental music.

                      From this I have also made a list maker clip for my own CDs to produce a similar looking list, but different titling and file saving.

                      I do put my clipbooks out for others to use, and who knows who looks and gets the drift. They are on my website and the link page to them is now at https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/28120070/pluralist/learning/ictlinks.html for that part that was neglected a little until recently.




                      Adrian Worsfold

                      http://www.pluralist.co.uk
                      http://pluralistspeaks.blogspot.com
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