nickodemos2002 | 1 Jan 06:11 2010
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Re: Incremental webpage


--- In power-pro@..., Carroll Robbins <carrollrobbins <at> ...> wrote:
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> On Thu, 31 Dec 2009 05:28:17 -0000, "nickodemos2002"
> <nickodemos2002 <at> ...> wrote:
> 
> >Local myCounter
> >For (myCounter = 502; myCounter <= 503; myCounter = myCounter + 1)
> >DO("firefox", "http://www.website.com/details.php?id=myCounter")
> 
> You probably don't want the literal characters myCounter in the URL. Remove
> them and add ++ myCounter outside the quotes.
> -- 
> Carroll B. Robbins, Jr.
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Worked perfectly. Thank you for pointing this out to me. So the idea was right but the implementation was wrong.

Is it possible to get some regex help here? I have no idea on it and it is the last sticky wicket I need fixed.

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nickodemos2002 | 1 Jan 06:36 2010
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Re: Command Button to select 4 characters to the right of the cursor


--- In power-pro@..., "david.sotropa" <david.sotropa <at> ...> wrote:
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> --- In power-pro@..., "nickodemos2002" <nickodemos2002 <at> > wrote:
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> > --- In power-pro@..., "david.sotropa" <david.sotropa <at> > wrote:
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> > > Hi: I'm trying to create a command button that when pressed will select
> > > the 4 characters to the right of the cursor (and then ultimately copy
> > > them to the clipboard). When using a keyboard and doing it manually, 
> > > one would:
> > > 
> > > 1)  hold down the shift key
> > > 2) press the right arrow four times while holding down the shift key
> > > 3) let the shift key come up
> > > 4) press Ctrl+C
> > > 
> > > I tried this in PP.
> > > 
> > > *Keys {shift}{right}{right}{right}{right}{shift}{ctrl}C
> > > 
> > > However, it is simply moving the cursor 4 spaces to the right. The shift
> > > key isn't "sticking".
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Carroll Robbins | 1 Jan 07:16 2010
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Re: Re: Incremental webpage

On Fri, 01 Jan 2010 05:11:36 -0000, "nickodemos2002"
<nickodemos2002@...> wrote:

>Is it possible to get some regex help here? I have no idea on it and it is the last sticky wicket I need fixed.

I'll help if it's simple. Sheri is the resident expert and helps a lot.
What is your question?
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nickodemos2002 | 1 Jan 08:04 2010
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Re: Incremental webpage


--- In power-pro@..., Carroll Robbins <carrollrobbins <at> ...> wrote:
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> On Fri, 01 Jan 2010 05:11:36 -0000, "nickodemos2002"
> <nickodemos2002 <at> ...> wrote:
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> >Is it possible to get some regex help here? I have no idea on it and it is the last sticky wicket I need fixed.
> 
> I'll help if it's simple. Sheri is the resident expert and helps a lot.
> What is your question?
> -- 
> Carroll B. Robbins, Jr.
>
Not simple. Here is what I posted at a regex site.

I am a moderator on a website that host classic movies. When the owner of the site started the site he had some
problems with the code and it has left some not so nice looking pages and I am trying to clean it up. So far I
have everything I wanted in the scripting program I want except for this. My script copies the information
to Emeditor to clean up by deleting bad code and various other things. One thing I would love to be able to do
is clean up this below but I am lost on regex.

xp using emeditor

This is what is shown.

[b]Year:[/b] 1935
[b]Runtime:[/b]  minutes
[b]IMDB Rating:[/b] 6.7
[b]Film Language(s):[/b]
English
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Alec Burgess | 1 Jan 08:38 2010
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Re: Re: Incremental webpage

Carrol:
This should do the trick:
Find: \r\n([^\[].*?)$
Replace: $1

Note - your example shows

[b]Sound:[/b]
Mono,
Dolby
[b]More:[/b]

replaced by
[b]Sound:[/b] Mono
[b]More:[/b]

I assume that was an error and you would actually want:
[b]Sound:[/b]Mono,Dolby
[b]More:[/b]

correct?

Above regex relies on the "fact"? that the *ONLY* lines in your input 
which do *NOT* start with "[" are those which are to be merged up to the 
preceding line. If this is not the case (eg. others lines at the 
beginning or end of the text to be adjusted which are to be left as is) 
the regex would have to be altered.

Happy New Year - my first email of 2010 :-)

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nickodemos2002 | 1 Jan 17:06 2010
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Re: Incremental webpage


--- In power-pro@..., Alec Burgess <buralex <at> ...> wrote:
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> Carrol:
> This should do the trick:
> Find: \r\n([^\[].*?)$
> Replace: $1
> 
> Note - your example shows
> 
> [b]Sound:[/b]
> Mono,
> Dolby
> [b]More:[/b]
> 
> replaced by
> [b]Sound:[/b] Mono
> [b]More:[/b]
> 
> I assume that was an error and you would actually want:
> [b]Sound:[/b]Mono,Dolby
> [b]More:[/b]
> 
> correct?
> 

Not what I was looking for but I was able to make it work. 

Thanks.

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nickodemos2002 | 1 Jan 19:48 2010
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Re: Incremental webpage

> 
> Not what I was looking for but I was able to make it work. 
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> -nick
Spoke to soon. It ran into a snag. When it hits numerical charecters it stops as well. IE:

[b]Runtime:[/b]
75 minutes

Wont correct itself. Anyway to adjust it?

-nick

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edbro9 | 5 Jan 01:52 2010
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Carriage Return

I have an old snippets script that I haven't used for a long while and I am trying to resurrect it. The script
has a lot of addresses in the form of:
win.keys("{fast}Name\rAddress\rCity,State Zip")

I used to have this working but now the "/r" doesn't give a carriage return and the result is all on a single
line. I have Standard Configuration checked in advanced setup. I am obviously missing some config
setting I had before but I can't find it. I'd appreciate any help you could offer.

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brucexs | 5 Jan 13:24 2010
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Re: Carriage Return


--- In power-pro@..., "edbro9" <edbro9+Powerpro <at> ...> wrote:
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> I have an old snippets script that I haven't used for a long while and I am trying to resurrect it. The script
has a lot of addresses in the form of:
> win.keys("{fast}Name\rAddress\rCity,State Zip")
> 
> I used to have this working but now the "/r" doesn't give a carriage return and the result is all on a single
line. I have Standard Configuration checked in advanced setup. I am obviously missing some config
setting I had before but I can't find it. I'd appreciate any help you could offer.
>
Are you running on same O/S and sending to same programs?
-{fast} does not work on vista or above - try {sinp} or {slow]
- try \r\n instead of \r

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Dwayne Reid | 6 Jan 02:12 2010
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Which version of PowerPro to use with Windows 98se

Good day to all.

I'm rebuilding one of my old development machines which runs Windows 
98se.  It looks as if that machine was running PowerPro 2.9.1.0 dated 
Feb 28, 2001 prior to the motherboard dying.

I can reinstall that version into the rebuilt machine but was 
wondering if there was any benefit to installing a later version.

Does anyone remember the most recent version that still runs on Windows 98?

Many thanks!

dwayne

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