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25505Re: pEditTool feature request

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  • Maya Rose
    Mar 3, 2005
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      Sorry - a little typo. I used of course thr correct name in my script:
      pedit04Lanucher

      Maya


      --- In peditors@yahoogroups.com, "Maya Rose" <RoseMaya@g...> wrote:
      >
      > --- In peditors@yahoogroups.com, Paul Nevai <nevai@m...> wrote:
      > > # Thing is I want to be able to Launch pEditPro from a button without
      > > # using the Palm Preferences as I will have to give up another
      imporant
      > > # application (the NotePad for exampl).
      > > #
      > > # Can someone help me with a simple script for that? I was thinking
      > > # along the line of &launch which will be bound to pScript_00 which I
      > > # can then invoke by attaching it to a key using pMasterTool. if
      > > # pScript_00 invokes the pEditPro, than I am all set
      > >
      > > It's elementary, my dear Maya. Take a look at the Palm's button prefs
      > > preference panel. Also, pMasterTool can do it with various press
      > > durations. All=my=best, Paul
      >
      > Well, unfortunatelly, I was not as lucky...
      >
      > I have defined the following simple script for that purpose:
      >
      > {pScript_00:/&launch[@@peditp4Launcher@@]}
      >
      > And then assigned my deisred button vua pMasterTool to "run pScript_00".
      >
      > Thing is - this does not work. Pressing the button (I have tried
      > different durations) does nothing but dispalys a black box on the
      > screen for a short time specifing that I have pressed a button.
      >
      > On the other hand if I use pScriptTool and ask to run pScript_00 then
      > I do get my result (i.e. pEditPro being launched).
      >
      > Anyone can help me solve the mystery?
      >
      > Maya
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