The best place to start is by analysing the clipBoard data, in this case, copy
a small table from Pages and then look at the fullClipBoardData[“html”] in
LiveCode to see how the table is represented as html.
You can then use this as a model to build a table in html and place it on the
fullClipBoardData[“html”] for pasting into Pages. That’s exactly how I put
together the sample posted in the forum.
By doing this I could see that to export a soft return in a cell you would need
to use the HTML <p> command in place of the return within the cell.
As far as I can see, importing a table (with returns in a cell) info into
LiveCode is much trickier, mainly because LiveCode doesn’t appear to support
soft returns within a table cell, so the only way I can see to achieve this
would probably involve a more complex workaround where each cell would have to
be represented by a field object.
The part I don’t understand is how you would represent or create this data in
LiveCode, do you have an example you could share?
> On Feb 14, 2018, at 4:02 AM, Jean-Jacques Wagner via use-livecode
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> primarely from live code to pages, but also from pages to live code
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