luis at anachreon.co.uk
Thu Sep 21 17:46:21 CDT 2006
Looks like I'm sorted then! Well, except for the folding green stuff
On 21 Sep 2006, at 20:47, FlexibleLearning at aol.com wrote:
> Funny you should mention a 'tree view' of commands grouped by
> and platform, Luis. The next version of the Scripter's Scrapbook
> has a tree
> view index option for just that purpose (except you can also
> choose a tree by
> multiple combinations of language, platform and functionality for
> hierarchical display takes your fancy).
> It will also sport a fully-featured API so you can 'script your own
> Scrapbook' as well as cross-platform IAC (inter application
> communications) so you
> have remote control over your Scrapbook when working in another
> program. Other
> 'goodies' include customisable language colorization definitions
> and xml data
> export along with a customizable toolbar for your favorite
> shortcuts and a
> full page display option.
> So... New users have something to look forward to and existing
> users know
> that their requests have been addressed!
> Home of the Scripter's Scrapbook
> Is there anywhere a hierarchical Transcript reference? I was
> hoping to
> copy it out of the user guide, but there is no reference there.
> I suppose the Scripters Handbook is an option but I can't afford
> I have downloaded the revdocsPDF from the their site and had a
> look at
> the Vocabulary Listing, but this is for Rev 2.12.
> It's be nice to have a tree/hierarchical reference with the commands
> grouped into functionality and maybe colour coded to indicate
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