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Bas
# Posted: 9 Mar 2005 18:43


Hello,

I tried Type pilot and I like to use it to store code snippets (for coding VB/VB.NET). One thing that I would like to do is to insert the cursor position after the text is inserted. Is this possible in the current versioin (couldn't find it). If not, any change this feature could be implemented in a future version.

Thanks for your time.
It's a great product, that can save a lot of time.

Regards,
Bas

Natalia
Member
# Posted: 10 Mar 2005 18:58


Hi Bas,

thank you for your question. It is possible to change the cursor position with the emulation of the "arrow" buttons. For example, if you set up the following "phrase":

<a href=""></a>#keystroke:37##keystroke:37##keystroke:37##keystroke:37#

Then, after inserting, the cursor will be between the angle brackets.

#keystroke:37# is similar to pushing the "to-the-left" arrow button.

To make this setting, use the Insert | Keystroke | Custom... menu and then just push this button on your keyboard (or, any other arrow button, to move your cursor to any other direction).

Anonymous
# Posted: 17 Mar 2005 20:31


Thanks for your anwser.
I think I can do something with that.

Regards,
Bas

 

 

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