380Re: Notetab 5.5 script timing differences from NTB4.95
- Jan 15, 2008Thanks Sheri,
I had been moving to these other commands you reference for any new
scripts, it's just reworking the old ones I was working to avoid.
How does the direct text entry on a line compare to the ^!Keyboard
command? I'm referring to when you just direct enter text to be put in
a document when the script runs. Is this the fastest way to put text
in? It's definitely the easiest!
--- In email@example.com, "Sheri" <silvermoonwoman@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rob Springer" <springro@> wrote:
> > The keyboards commands were basically for moving around
> > in the document.
> There are better commands for navigating the document, e.g.,
> ^!SetCursor, ^!MoveCursor, ^!Jump, etc. Using these avoids timing
> issues that are inherent with the ^!Keyboard command. I would
> recommend using the ^!Keyboard command only when there is no
> alternative, such as using NoteTab to manipulating other active Windows.
> > What's happening is stuff is ending up out of position, or not
> > entered at all. A keyboard delay seems to work around the issue.
> > Anybody else run into this on 5.5?
> I haven't had any problems, but it is possible that timings would need
> changing for the way you are using the ^!Keyboard command. There was a
> change in the underlying program in recent versions to allow the
> ^!Keyboard command to work in Vista. I believe one side effect
> (benefit) is, ^!Keyboard is less vulnerable to interference from
> accidental (real) keyboard input.
> PS, the Clips list is a better (more active) forum for discussing
> NoteTab's clipcode than this (scripts) list.
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