For inserting plain text clips, you could use the free Clipboard Help &
Spell. It's a clipboard utility with spell checking. You could mark the
clips you want to save as Favorites and they will always be available.
If you need more info, let me know.
On 06-Mar-15 3:40 PM, Steve Rickaby wrote:
Yves' e-mail about scripting has reminded me of something I need advice about.
Until quite recently I was using the ancient FrameMaker 7 for Mac. Over many
years of working with it I had developed a series of custom toolbars and macros
for cutting the workload of book production, using QuickKeys, a Mac macro
FrameMaker for Mac has now gone, as has QuickKeys for that matter, and I am now working
with FrameMaker 12 in Parallels. This leaves me without some important but pretty simple
automation, for example inserting '<CharStyleName><DefaultParaFormat>' and so
on into index markers.
Can anyone recommend a Windows text macro tool that could fill this gap?
Please note that I am not talking about automating FrameMaker with either of
the (at least?) two powerful methods now available, I am only talking about
simple text manipulation and user interface short-cuts. QuickKeys could cut,
paste and inject text and invoke menu commands, which is all I'm after.
Any advice welcome.
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