This would do the trick; all replace commands are removed and you
don't need the variable to work with the content of the clipboard
The Replace-commands were in there since you asked for a way to
overcome the problem of the bulleted lists being joined together.
If I may: I don't understand why you do the (re-)formatting of your
text while surfing/copying/pasting. In my opinion it would be better
and easier to do it afterwards. You'll have a document with some
grabbed pieces of information (if PasteBoardDivider is set you can
actually see the break between two parts) and from there it is easier
to reformat the complete document.
Just a thought...
--- In ntb-clips@y..., Clueless in Seattle <clueless@o...> wrote:
> Here's the clip as you wrote it:
> ^!Set %NewText%=^$StrReplace
> ^!Set %NewText%=^$StrFormat(^%NewText%;0;70;True)$
> ^!Set %NewText%=^$StrReplace("^P*";"*";^%NewText%;False;False)$
> So, what would the clip look like if you took out the parts that
> insert and remove the paragraph markers? I've looked at it and
> to figure out how to remove them, but I don't know enough about clip
> language to know what to take out and what to leave in.
> I want to see the clip without those "Replace" operations so I can
> study it, and the one Jody wrote, to try to understand what each