Re: [peditors] would a script do this?
- Quoting Lisa Hetherington <gerry.lisa@...>:
> I work very infrequently."would a script do this?"
> When I go into DateBk and enter the template for a work appointment, I would
> LOVE to then have a pscript automatically enter another specific DateBk
> How would I do this?
Well, maybe. Manipulating DateBk templates by pScript can be rather
difficult, depending on exactly what you want to do, due to some
difficulties in navigating the template "list" which is actually a
rather complicated form. Tell us exactly, step-by-step, in detail,
what you want to do, such as -
Open DateBk6 Day view, select a date and time (or not), enter a
template whose exact entryname is ___, then enter another template
- On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 6:03 PM, John Markley <jmmjr@...> wrote:
> Quoting Lisa Hetherington <gerry.lisa@...>:Perfect!
> > On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 11:52 AM, John Markley <jmmjr@...> wrote:
> >> Quoting Lisa Hetherington <gerry.lisa@...>:
> >> OK. It's no problem having a pScript enter two (or more) DateBk
> >> templates. The trick is getting them to be the templates you want,
> >> due to the mysteries of the template entry form. So, start with just
> >> getting your first template to enter ok.
> > snip
> >> If it works, great. If some other template than the desired one gets
> >> entered, then change the template to start with a period, ".", so it
> >> is ".Working", and in the pScript replace the "W" in the next to last
> >> line with a period, so it reads " /xc Q .", and try it again. (This
> >> assumes you have no other templates that start with a period).
> >> Let me know.....
> >> ~ John
> > Hey John.
> > I went back to this email because I have a few templates I want to use a
> > pScript to enter but they all begin with the same letter. Your
> > above using the period......is there anything special about the period or
> > is just some random character to change the name...could it be a comma,
> or a
> > semi-colon or anything?
> > Thanks!!
> > ...Lisa
> Any character you want to use should work as long as it is the only
> one in the template list.
> ~ John
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