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[Clip] Re: Execute Clip Wizards conditionally, rather than automatically?

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  • Kay Roath
    4/30/1999 6:53 PM Jody wrote ... A little more about curly vs square - Squares collect all the wizard lines & pop up one display. Curlies only work with the
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      4/30/1999 6:53 PM Jody wrote
      > Hi Aaron,
      >> Is there any way to have some instructions run BEFORE clip
      >> wizards are resolved? ...

      > When curly brackets are used around the code instead of
      > [square] they will not come up until their turn in the
      > script.

      A little more about curly vs square -

      Squares collect all the wizard lines & pop up one display.
      Curlies only work with the line of code where they're
      contained.
      ^!Set %a%=^?{First Name=}; %b%=^?{Last Name=}
      Would be one wizard display but if you did each on a
      different line, it would pop up the first one it came to &
      wait for input & then pop up the 2nd & wait for input.
      Also, with a square, you can put them in your code in any
      order you happen to think of them & use a numeric value to
      designate the order of display in the wizard. Curlies
      just go from left to right on a single line. You can use
      variables, wizard titles & wizard labels with curlies but
      not with squares.

      --- Grandma Kay ---
      Introduction to NoteTab Clip Programming
      http://notetab.kay.net



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