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Re: [Clip] "Complete the clip:" box?

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  • Larry Thomas
    Hi Bill, ... Get rid of ^$GetPath()$. It is not needed here and it is causing your problem. Change: ^!SetClipboard ^$GetPath(^?[(T=D)Browse and select
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 26, 2000
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      Hi Bill,

      At 03:04 PM 09/26/2000 -0400, you wrote:
      >Hi all,
      >
      >If the wizard brackets are changed to {} to allow the Info and Continue
      >prompts to start first, the clip fails. A "Complete the clip:" box opens
      >instead of the expected folder browse dialogue box.
      >
      >H="Add Favorites Folder"
      >
      >^!Info [L]With the Favorites dialog box you can open a file or a directory
      >(folder) quickly. You can add new files and directories to the Favorites
      >list including file names with wild cards. This is handy if you need to open
      >all your TXT or HTML files with one click.^P^PClick the New button in the
      >"Favorites Dialog Box", enter file names or directories in the input field
      >(below the list box) or specify file names with wild cards, *.txt or *.htm
      >for example.^P^PPrecede the path name with a + character to also open all
      >matching files contained in the specified directory and all its
      >subdirectories: ^P^P+C:\Deliveries\*.txt^P^P+C:\_date13-09-00\*.txt
      >
      >^!Continue Click OK and choose a folder with your description files. Click
      >OK and the "Favorites Dialog Box" will open. Click New and the input field
      >(below the list box) is highlighted use "Ctrl V" or "Edit Paste". Add a wild
      >card, *.txt or *.htm at the end of the path and if you want to include
      >sub-directories precede the path name with a + character, when finished
      >click Close.
      >
      >^!SetClipboard ^$GetPath(^?[(T=D)Browse and select directory=C:])$
      >
      >^!ToolBar Go to Favorites
      >
      >end of clip--->

      Get rid of ^$GetPath()$. It is not needed here and it is causing your
      problem.

      Change:

      ^!SetClipboard ^$GetPath(^?[(T=D)Browse and select directory=C:])$

      To:

      ^!SetClipboard ^?{(T=D)Browse and select directory=C:}

      and that will fix your problem.

      Regards,

      Larry
      larryt@...
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