Re: [Clip] Clips embeded in files
- Hi Clueless in Seattle,
>Title: A very complicated workIn lesson two of ClipClass. You might need to start at the top
>I. Prologue [D:\Projects\Complicated Work\Prologue.txt]
>II. Beginning [D:\Projects\Complicated Work\Beginning.txt]
>III. Middle [D:\Projects\Complicated Work\Middle.txt]
>IV. End [D:\Projects\Complicated Work\End.txt]
>V. Epilogue [D:\Projects\Complicated Work\Epilogue.txt]
>My example uses hyperlinks. But could you also use clips, in
>which the name of the clip is displayed, but the file path is
>hidden? If so, where can I learn how to do that?
of lesson two, and may even need to do lesson one first. Here is
a snip from lesson two:
We now will add the "^=" code to it so that it will actually
print what follows it and not what the user clicks on. We will
add the double "==" this time right after the caption field,
"Times of day" to force the user to make an entry.
<----------- Copy below ----------->
^?[Times of day==Morning^=Guten Morgen,|Noon^=Top of the Day,|_Afternoon^=Nap Time!|Evening|Night^=nite...]
<----------- Copy above ----------->
Notice above that you do not have to keep the menu list all the
same, "Evening" does not use the "^=" code.
The data in the wizard is not restricted to only being inserted
in the document. It can be stored in a variable (as we will see
in later lessons), to execute commands, or even launch programs
with to name a few.
This next illustration is not one that you would probably build
because of the unlikeness of the items listed, but will serve our
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