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Clipcode Syntax 3.1b update

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  • Sheri
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-clips/files/ClipcodeSyntax_v3.1b.zip Many revisions. Aims for functionality and convenience. Some additional changes to the
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 17, 2002
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      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-clips/files/ClipcodeSyntax_v3.1b.zip

      Many revisions. Aims for functionality and convenience. Some
      additional changes to the customized Clip Assistant (CA).

      New option permits bypassing the syntax outline and looking for
      keywords directly in the Clip Assistant. This is more useful for non-
      commands and non-functions, but if you do search for one of those,
      you need to exclude the ^$ or ^! symbols.

      Only the initial keyword is pre-validated. Alternate keywords can
      include spaces and symbols (which do exist in some Clip Assistant
      clip names/headers). After entering an alternate phrase, you must
      select one of the Search Term options (outline or CA), otherwise the
      highlighted item takes precedence.

      The outline lookup procedure has been put into a separate clip that
      can be used independently to lookup partially matching topicheaders
      in any library or outline. This process is used seamlessly in the
      Clipcode Syntax outline, but can also be used for unrelated purposes.

      A couple of pointers to CA menu headers were removed from the
      outline. The search process gives complete access to the Clip
      Assistant as well as the Syntax Outline whenever there is not an
      exact match to the initial search word in the Outline. The menus
      left in the outline are intended to give quicker access to Clip
      Assistant features which are not tied to specific commands or
      functions.

      This version is much cleaner than the previous one. Please let me
      know if you have any problems.

      Enjoy,
      Sheri
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