Re: [Clip] Batch compressor
- Just to make this interesting, I've run into a further problem.
I work with eBooks, and each chapter can be a few thousand lines long.
When I try to compress one of these, I get the error that the
paragraph is too long, and I end up with nothing, and have to replace
the file from the mirror (which thankfully I have).
It would be very helpful just to compress everything above the text,
which usually is around 200 lines long. The length is variable, but it
always ends in
Now I'm *really* out of my territory. I assume the clip could search
for that string, and highlight everything up to it, but I wouldn't
know how to do that.
I'm in the process of revising the clip with the new code. If someone
were able to figure this new problem out, that would be great.
- Hi Ian,
>It would be very helpful just to compress everything above the text,^!SetScreenUpdate OFF
>which usually is around 200 lines long. The length is variable, but it
>always ends in
^!Find "<div class="text">" IST
; after 1st trial run, precede the next line with a semi colon
; will then also need precede the next line with a semi colon
^!Menu Edit/Select All
; also in help checkout ^!Jump SELECT_START
; Later, Alan