Re: [Clip] Re: running program from clip
- View SourceHi thefrank & Don,
>This is the clip I use, which is modified slightly from a clip IYes, that is mine. (You need to use the ^!SetIniFile NtbUsers
>believe Jody built (I may be in error...and if so apologize to
>whoever did the original work...)
command, if you have the ini file in the Libraries folder. You
need to add the path to it if you use it elsewhere. See Help for
^!SetIniFile.) Don, you might want to download my FtpZip. It
has help on how to set up one clickers that run in the background
and a tool (clip) to make them. The wizard supports 10 profiles
and 20 folders, but can be made to do as many as you want. There
are some tips as well on how to easily setup NtbUsers manually
too. There are some command-line examples for WinZip as well.
Since I make zip files of my Libraries for uploading, I have a
button on my Clipbar to zip the focused (opened) .clb file and
another to upload to my zip folder. For me, it is four clicks in
total: Open as Document, zip it, and upload it. (I have about 20
one clickers in "myFTP" Library and some WinZip one clickers and
wizards. WinZip and Ws_Ftp both operate in the background and
close on their own while I go about my business. If the link
below is not correct, go to my Libraries page.
>There are 15 lines to the clip, I have numbered them to make itHappy Clip'n!
>easier to unwrap correctly. Of course my line numbers will need to be
>deleted for the clip to work...
>1- ^!SetIniFile NtbUsers
>2- ^!SetWizardTitle *Open* WsFtp or *Transfer* File
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