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    Hi, Try this: position cursor at top of...

    Hi,

    Try this:

    position cursor at top of first column you wish to highlight

    In the block menu, select: Set Column Marker

    In the Goto menu, select: End of File
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    Hi Peter, Don't put \firefox.exe in the second...

    Hi Peter,

    Don't put \firefox.exe in the second line. It should be the path of the directory that holds the file firefox.exe

    The firefox.exe is dealt with on the third line.

    Scott
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    Hi Peter, Try: reg_set(103,cur_dir)...

    Hi Peter,

    Try:

    reg_set(103,cur_dir)
    chdir('"c:\program files (x86)\mozilla firefox"')
    system("firefox.exe",dos+nowait+simple)
    chdir('"|@(103)"')

    Double check where firefox.exe is on your...
  4. Hi Pauli, Well it sounds there is just a bug...

    Hi Pauli,

    Well it sounds there is just a bug in win_reserved at the resolutions you are talking. All you can do is find a suitable kludge, until it hopefully gets fixed.

    Scott
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    Jarvis v1.2

    Hi,

    Attached is Jarvis v1.2

    New commands:

    ed : opens the highlighted file and exits Jarvis. Makes Jarvis a viable alternative to menu > file >open

    am : sets highlighted vdm file as the...
  6. Hi Pauli, Been giving your problem some...

    Hi Pauli,

    Been giving your problem some thought, how about:

    win_create($,1,1,x,2560,pixel)

    If I understand your original message your screen width in full-hd res is 2560. The above would...
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    Misc Macros

    Hi,

    This thread is for small macros that I find useful.

    Setvalue.vdm : An alternate way to set registers. Enter the register number and the desired value, and click Set. If a numeric register,...
  8. Hi, Using what I learned about the logical and...

    Hi,

    Using what I learned about the logical and operator, I have rewritten several subroutines.

    Binary now works for ANY number between 0 and max_num.

    isdir and getattr have both been...
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    Hi Peter #1 is true. #2 is correct. Glad you...

    Hi Peter

    #1 is true. #2 is correct. Glad you finally got it. Scott
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    Hi, It should be noted that if the file or dir...

    Hi,

    It should be noted that if the file or dir does not exist file_attrib returns -1.

    Also it appears that file_attrib does not recognize the .. (2 dots) as the parent dir and will return -1...
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    Hi Peter, Lets go back to the beginning. ...

    Hi Peter,

    Lets go back to the beginning.

    The file_attrib command returns the sum of various 2^x values, each 2^x value represents an attribute. The result of each 2^x is called a mask. Mask 1...
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    Thank you Pauli. I understand now. All your...

    Thank you Pauli. I understand now. All your recent messages have been most helpful to me.

    Scott
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    Hi Peter, If I understand Pauli correctly, if...

    Hi Peter,

    If I understand Pauli correctly, if you have the statement #10=35&32 (that is the and sign NOT the division sign) where 35 is the return_value of key_attrib and 32 is the mask you wish...
  14. Hi, Just out of curiosity, have you tried...

    Hi,

    Just out of curiosity, have you tried writing a macro to create a command prompt window (cpw), perhaps you can overcome the display issue using the window commands of Vedit?

    Scott
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    Hi Pauli, First let me say how great it is to...

    Hi Pauli,

    First let me say how great it is to hear from you again! I hope you will post more often.

    "The value of File_Attrib is more readable if you display it in hex."

    I don't understand....
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    Jarvis v1.1

    Hi,

    Attached is Jarvis v1.1, now with a help system, which may be activated by the command: hh

    Scott
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    Hi, Attached are updated vedit.vdf and...

    Hi,

    Attached are updated vedit.vdf and fileext.vdf files for Scribe.

    The Vedit.vdf file now contains commands with and without the underscore (so it has reg_set and regset in it). Also all the...
  18. Hi Peter, Attached is BinCalc.vdm which will...

    Hi Peter,

    Attached is BinCalc.vdm which will convert a decimal or hex number into binary. Just enter a number and press either "Decimal to Binary" or "Hex to Binary". Option to put result in...
  19. Hi Peter "Now, I would like to have an...

    Hi Peter

    "Now, I would like to have an enhancement that would convert for example the hexadecimal number 2 , that is to say the decimal number 2x16 = 32, into a binary number. I guess, this would...
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    Hi Peter, As far as I know you can upload a...

    Hi Peter,

    As far as I know you can upload a jpg file the same way you upload a txt or vdm file. I know others have uploaded jpg files.

    I just tried it, and have attached a jpg to this message....
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    Hi Peter, The getattr subroutine (and also...

    Hi Peter,

    The getattr subroutine (and also Jarvis) does not use the convert to binary method, it uses the method outlined in message 9 of this thread.

    To see the binary subroutine, open...
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    Hi Peter, ...

    Hi Peter,

    "http://www.wikihow.com/Convert-from-Decimal-to-Binary
    Does this stuff really feed into the file_attrib subroutine ?"

    Here is my theory:

    It is a way to save Ted work (not that I...
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    Hi Peter, "So, let me make a conjecture. The...

    Hi Peter,

    "So, let me make a conjecture. The mathematics that feeds into the file_attribute argument is the conversion of a decimal number into a binary number. "

    Well I have already shown that...
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    Hi Peter, Let me try to explain, as I...

    Hi Peter,

    Let me try to explain, as I understand it.

    As far as I can tell, a mask is the name of the result of 2^x. So if one is talking about mask 1, you are also talking about 2^0 because...
  25. Hi Peter, "Do I understand it correctly? I...

    Hi Peter,

    "Do I understand it correctly? I have the divedie the value of the file attribute by 32. If the remainder is 1 then the file is an Archive file. In other case no action."

    That quick...
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