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This Clip loops through a whole directory of HTML files opening each one and searches for the title tag. If found, the text in between the tag is selected and brought up in a wizard to edit. The file is temporarily changed long enough to copy the text and then returned to its original state. You provide a path of where you want the new files saved at. If you choose the same folder as the original, they will be overwritten.Open second window: H=Edit Title Tags
Converts a directory of HTML files to lower or UPPER cases or XHTML. The Clip will not alter existing files unless you choose to overwrite them which I do not suggest. Once the files are converted to XHTML NoteTab will not convert back to regular HTML, but the tag difference will not have any ill effect.Open second window: H=HTML File Converter
This Clip makes it easy for you to edit the [DirectoryList] section found in NoteTab's main folder. The purpose of it is to get rid of unwanted entries in the list, the combobox above the Quick List. Just open the ini file, delete the entries you do not want, place your cursor above the section and click on the Clip.Open second window: H=Edit Directory List
Converts tabs to spaces in a tab delimited file. The largest amount of spaces left between two columns is two spaces. Aligns columns evenly regardless of how the alignment is. Very useful for printing and having nicely aligned columns in NoteTab without the use of real tabs. Always used a fixed font for best results in printing.Open second window: H=Tabs2Spaces
This Clip will count the total number of files in a directory with an option to include subdirectories. It also returns the total amount of the combined files' size. Nice to use if you have a mirror copy off your web site on your hard drive and want a quick file count and total size in KB or MB of your site. You must have NoteTab v4.83 or higher installed.Open second window: H=File Count & DirSize...
Sorts columns of text using delimiters of choice such as tabs, new lines, commas, semi-colons, slashes, at signs, etc. It will work on a selection or the whole document. Sort ascending or descending and an option to do it on the original document as well as a new document output. This Clip is in my Library NoteBlock which try out if you work with delimited files a lot.Open second window: H=Sort by Field
Opens or closes all files in a Favorites Category of choice in the order they appear in the list.Open second window: H=Open-Close Favorites...
Opens or closes files in a Favorites Category of choice in the order they appear in the list. The checkbox wizards allow you to pick what Categories and files to open or close.Open second window: H=Checkbox Favorites...
These are two very basic Clips, but often asked for. They are great for after capturing text out of browsers to reformat them. If you are a Netscape user and copy text from the browser you know how messed up it leaves it. You can use these as Clips or drag them the Clipbar and assign a button to them if you are in a registered version.Open second window: H=Two Reformat Text Clips
Removes duplicated, triplicated, or more lines in a document. Option to be prompted before deleting the line(s). Also sorts ascending, descending, or no sort at all. "Prompt before deleting?" and "Don't Sort" are the defaults.Open second window: H=Remove Dups-Trips...
These Clips are mainly for NoteTab Clip writers, but it is set up now to open or save files to default folders that you choose in Setup. It will bring up a Windows Explorer Shell which you can drag/drop files into NoteTab from to open. A second prompt comes up to save a file to the folder you chose if saving. Clip writers are encouraged to change the code to do with it what you desire. See my DirStuff for many examples.Open second window: H=Browse/Pulldown
Sorts by field or column if you will leaving the column in its same row. Unlike Sort by Field 1... in my NoteBlock Library where this is also, this one makes the changes in the original document. You may select text first and only that text will be sorted otherwise the whole document will be sorted. Continue?Open second window: H=Sort by Field 2...
This Clip will get the text on a specific line from all the files in a folder by file type(s). The output depends on what you specify for the search criteria and options. For instance, you can open all "*.*htm*" files containing "HTML 3.2" on the line specified. Or, you might want to display all ".htm" files that do not have "<HTML>" in the line in an Info box. Options for case sensitive and the output type: Display in InfoBox, Insert into New Document, Open Files in NoteTab. Wildcards are allowed.Open second window: H=Get DiskFile Lines
This Clip gets all the files needed to build the active Clipbar (by default) including: .clb, .ctb, .ico, and .bmp. You must have all the Clips connected to the Clipbar in the same Library. After all the files are collected, they are zipped up using WinZip. You need to look at the code and change the line for WinZip according to the comments above it or use another commandline compression utility such as PKZip.Open second window: H=ClipBar Grabber
This Clip moves buttons (*.bmp;*.ico) found in NoteTab's Libraries folder that are not used on the Clipbar to ..\Libraries\xButtons. Do not use with versions prior to 4.82.Open second window: H=Button Cleaner
There are two clips in this Snatch that will change the case of all the files in a directory by type. There are 12 different cases supported. Many file types are supported and more may be added - wildcards are OK. (Take out the double equal sign (==) in the prompt if you want to be allowed to type in.) The second clip is to setup 10 directory default paths used in a browse prompt and a pulldown list box. Both Clips were take from my Change Case extracted from my larger Library, DirStuff found on my Libraries page.Open second window: H=Change Case...
This Clip will change the case of all the url paths and image names to lower case in a whole directory of files. File filters can be used so you can do *.txt as well as *.htm. As always, test first on a copy until you are satisfied.Open second window: H=Link & Image Case...
This started as a piece of Eric's clip to add height and width to image tags that did not have them. It is a much different clip now. It will prompt you to add the contents of the attributes if missing or to add the whole attribute if missing completely. If the image cannot be found, you will be prompted to browse for it. Fix Image Tags fixes image tags in any file, not just Html files. Options to do HEIGHT, WIDTH, BORDER, and ALTERNATE tags is in the first wizard. They are added if none is there and if they are empty, then you will be prompted to add the data. It also trims double spaces within all tags, just not the image tag if desired. That also trims any spaces after a leading <TAG ARROW AND BEFORE A TRAILING> arrow. You must first open the document you want searched.Open second window: Fix Image Tags
Image Tag Case I allows you to add an image tag and file choosing which case you want for the tag and attributes. It also lets you choose the filename case or leave it as is. The only cases supported are lower and upper. There are options for HSPACE, ALIGN, BORDER, and ALT attributes as well.Open second window: Image Tag Case I
Image Tag Case II allows you to add an image tag and file choosing which case you want for the tag and some attributes. Is is a shorter version of Image Tag Case I. This one also lets you choose the filename case or leave it as is. The only cases supported are lower and upper. The main difference is HSPACE, ALIGN, and BORDER are taken out. The ALT attribute is still there.Open second window: Image Tag Case II
"RGB/Hex Conversion" is written by Raymond Fitzgerald. It converts decimal numbers to hexadecimal numbers and vice versa. While you can do one number at a time, the emphasis is on converting red, green, and blue values for use in coding color values for the Web.Open second window: H="RGB/Hex Conversion"
When either of these two clips are run you have the option of setting a left and right margin so as you type NoteTab will automatically indent and enter a hard line break at the columns you specify. The main differences between the two are "TypeRite" will play sounds (which can be turned off) like an old fashion typewriter and allow you to set your margins each time you start it. "PresetType" is already set to a left and right margin width and does not have sound. Simply edit those settings in the clip by right clicking over "PresetType" and selecting edit Clip." Look at the first line for difficult instructions <BG>.Open second window: H=TypeRite
This clip deletes insignificant words from a copy of a document. It removes all other duplicated words and outputs a sorted word list with a letter index above each group of words starting with the same letter. You have the option of using the focused document (which will not be edited) or browse to open one. The word list to delete certain words may be edited by using Edit Clip... Added on 03-13-2000 and additional clip that does not delete any words. It simply removes duplicates and sorts. Nothing fancy.Open second window: Word Extract & Sort
This Clip extracts the urls from a file. There are a few options:
This Clip extracts the eMail addresses from a file. There are a few options:
This get the extensions that you have in your directories, sort, and remove duplicates. The output format is the path (and date) on top with each extension listed below it.Open second window: Get Extensions
User Dictionaries can be a pain to edit because of the numbering scheme used. This clip makes it possible to edit it without a lot of work. Using Edit.udt all you need to do is delete the lines that have the words you no longer want and run the clip. You can change any lines that you desire before running the clip also. All the lines will be re-numbered in order with the total ListCount correctly adjusted to the new count. There is also a clip to merge udt files into one. Some manual pre-formatting is needed. See notes in Clip.)Open second window: H=Edit.udt
This is a set of two clips which makes it possible to edit you ini file with NoteTab open. I opens the ini file to the section you pick for easier editing. The second of the two clips saves and closes the ini file and restarts NoteTab so the changes will take effect. Note, that if you edit your ini file manually you need to save it with an exclamation point in front of it so NoteTab will know to use it the next time it starts.Open second window: H=Edit Ini File
eMail2Otl will insert a mailbox or posts that have been saved into one file into a new document and create an outline out of it. There is very little to do after a tiny bit of initial setup for some users. Eudora is the default, but FoxMail and Pegasus are supported. Other eMail programs will work with some editing of the mailbox provided it is a text document and not a binary. You will not be able to use this for clips that have a ^?[Prompt=] in them at this time.Open second window: eMail To Outline
These clips make it a breeze to search the web from NoteTab. There are 16 or so search engines in the clip(s) and more can be added. Click on the link below to read more about them.Open second window: H=Search Web...
Copy, Move, ReName, ReCycleFile, or DeleteFile. If the file is open in NoteTab it will be updated accordingly. Run the Set Default.ext as many times as you want - the clip will provide your default when renaming files so you do not have to add one unless using another extension. Code has been added so you cannot try to rename a file with an invalid character. <COUNTRYBOY@I-55.COM>Open second window: Copy, Move, ReName, ReCycleFile, or DeleteFile
Random NumbersOpen second window: Random Numbers
Auto-Save lets you do automatic saves of a file while you are editing it. You are able to select the directory you want to do the saving in from a pre-defined pulldown list with an option to browse for the path as well. The files are saved in one minute increments by whatever you decide. Every one minute, five, thirty, etc. They file extension is incremented by one number on each pass: .001, .002, .003, etc. The count can start whenever you want: 101 is fine. There are an options to pause, resume, or stop. Files are checked on disk so that you do not overwrite one, but have an option to do so and if not, and option to open windows Explorer with the script being put in the pause mode.Open second window: Auto-Save
This Clip converts vanity phone numbers to their real numbers. The idea was "stolen" from a friend that has a DOS utility which will do the same thing as the Clip as far as getting the phone number goes. You might want to try it out. The link is in the Clip to Snatch.
Here are some examples:
Behold, thou hast made my days as an handbreadth;
and mine age is as nothing before thee:
verily every man at his best state is altogether vanity. Selah.
If you would like to save any of these as a .clb file use the second browser window and under the file menu select Save As... Name the file whatever.clb saving it to your Library folder and open it in NoteTab. On the first line put "= V5 MultiLine NoSorting TabWidth=30" without the quotes. Save/Close and update NoteTab from the small Library name window or just switch out of and back in NoteTab.
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