Script Editor Conundrum
bobs at twft.com
Wed Feb 29 10:06:59 CST 2012
I would say AFTER in case there is something there already, and I would put cr & field "NEWSCRIPT" to make sure you are not putting anything on the same line as the last line of a script.
On Feb 29, 2012, at 12:24 AM, Richmond wrote:
> On 02/29/2012 05:59 AM, Cal Horner wrote:
>> Over the years I have created a lot of plug-ins. Some templates are for the
>> interface and many templates are for scripts. An example would be the
>> ask/answer dialog template.
>> I have always cut and pasted the scripts into the script editor. Simply
>> because I didn't have the knowledge(expertise) to insert the code by program
>> My question is can I place the generated code into the script editor, by
>> If it is possible, How is it done. Any examples?
> Surely all one has to do is something like this:
> put fld "NEWSCRIPT" into the script of button "BLAH"
> of course it is probably hardly worth it as you would have
> to import the script from a text file into a fld, and by the time you've
> done that and the script it is probably just as time consuming as cutting-and-pasting the
> text yourself.
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