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Command PasteClipsFrom
Parameters The clip identifier. Processing switches.

Examples....

PasteClipsFrom Z1
PasteClipsFrom V1
PasteClipsFrom Z1Uppercase
PasteClipsFrom Z1Dos

Notes
The PasteClipsFrom command is a simple way to paste consecutive clips within a loop

[[Script]]
Loop 3
   PasteClipsFrom Z1
   Type Enter
EndLoop

In this example, Z1 is pasted on the first iteration of the loop, Z2 on the second and Z3 on the third. If you need to paste a series of clips which are not consecutive, use the PasteClip command.

The identifier of the first clip must be explicit. Unlike the PasteClip command, it cannot be evaluated from variables.

To find the identifier for the first clip you want to paste, move the mouse over the clip. The identifier is shown in the clip preview window.

Spartan clips can be pasted in plain text, upper case, lower case, proper case, to a DOS window or to an HTML editor. Just follow the clip identifier with the processing you want. For example....

PasteClipsFrom Z1Propercase

Spartan recognizes any of these as switches....

T, Txt or Text
U, Upper or Uppercase
L, Lower or Lowercase
P, Proper or Propercase
D, Dos,Todos or TodoswWindow
H, Html or Tohtml

 

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