simon.harper at manchester.ac.uk
Wed Mar 28 03:54:58 CDT 2007
Thanks for this, and it's much appreciated.
Regarding the online dictionary, it seems to be different on the mac
- the tutorials suggest you can use a drill down approach looking for
say messages or commands and then locating the one you want
(serendipitous browse) however on my mac I seem to only be presented
with just a huge list and expected to know the name of the command I
want (targeted search). Is there anyway to get the browse facility?
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Pri: simon.harper at manchester.ac.uk
Alt: sharper at cs.man.ac.uk
On 28 Mar 2007, at 09:11, Dick Kriesel wrote:
> On 3/28/07 12:49 AM, "Simon HARPER" <simon.harper at manchester.ac.uk>
>> on mouseUp
>> put the hilitedlines of field "listCats" into tLineList
>> split tLineList by comma
>> sort items of tLineList descending of each
>> repeat for each element tLineNumber in tLineList
>> delete line tLineNumber of field "listCats"
>> end repeat
>> sort field "listCats" ascending
>> end mouseUp
> Try this, Simon:
> on mouseUp
> put field "listCats" into tListCats
> put the hilitedlines of field "listCats" into tHilitedLines
> repeat with i = number of items in tHilitedLines down to 1
> delete line (item i of tHilitedLines) of tListCats
> end repeat
> put tListCats into field "listCats"
> end mouseUp
> Also, try using the dictionary. The entry for "repeat" will help you.
> -- Dick
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