Re: timekeeping clips
- Hi, everyone,
Day before yesterday, I decided I needed a clip to keep track of what
I was doing and when. Putting .LOG on all my files just was not I had
in mind. Something that would say I had such and such files open at
such and such a time was.
I searched clip-groups and came up with this thread, which is a year
--- In email@example.com, Jody <KJB1611@a...> wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> > Has anyone created clips for project-oriented timekeeping? With
> > log entry capabilities and such?
> Either Larry or Ray posted some clips awhile back to add time
> stamps to a log. If you are looking for something to do it at
> certain time intervals, the ^!TimerStart and ^!TimerPlay could be
> So, what do you want? :-)
And that's all I came up with, so I wrote this simple clip:
^!Set %addendum%=^%NL%^$GetDate(dddddd tt)$^%NL%Documents Open in
^!If ^%shuffler%>^%documentsopen% SKIP
^!AppendtoFile "C:\Program Files\NoteTab
(Watch the word wrap, If this form screws it up, you know what
This click should create a text file unique to the date when first
called, and update it
every fifteen minutes with what files are currently open until the
clipbook is closed.
At the moment that's what I want. I left the commented ^!Info line
for debugging just in case someone wants to remove the leading
semicolon because they are in love with message boxes or something.