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Few AutoIters use NoteTab, seemingly. But if there is anyone who has juicy clips suitable for an Au3 clip library that he/she would like to share, they would be gratefully received.

For myself, I like to have a Project section at the top of the clipbook, and a Run command at the top of that.

H=";Project"


H="Run"
; Runs the selected AutoIt code or, if nothing is selected,
; runs the entire script (i.e., the current document).
; Requires correct .au3 file association, as when Au3
; was installed by the Au3 installer. Author: MarkB.

^!IfTrue ^$IsEmpty("^$GetSelection$")$ Next Else RunSelection

^!If ^$GetExt("^$GetDocName$")$ = ".au3" ^!Shell "^**"
^!Goto Exit

:RunSelection
^!Set %filename%="^$GetTmpPath$runselection.au3"
;   Create a file or replace an existing file
^!TextToFile ^%filename% ^$GetSelection$
^!Delay 5
^!Shell "^%filename%"
^!Delay 5
^!DeleteFile "^%filename%"

And a Help section is ... helpful.

H=";Help"


H="Contents"
; Open AutoIt v3 Help or bring it to the front.
; Alt+C selects the Contents tab.
^!Help "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt.chm"
^!Keyboard ALT+c


H="Help on current word"
; Place the cursor in a word, then run this clip to go to
; the matching topic in AutoIt Help.
; For @-macros: because ^$GetWord$ doesn't pick up the @ in
; macro names, you'll have to SELECT macro names rather than
; merely place the cursor. Author: MarkB
;
^!Set %word%=^$GetSelection$
^!IfTrue ^$IsEmpty(^%word%)$ ^!Set %word%=^$GetWord$
^!IfTrue ^$IsEmpty(^%word%)$ HelpCurPrompt
^!Help "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt.chm" ^%word%
^!Keyboard ENTER
^!Goto End
:HelpCurPrompt
^!Prompt Place the cursor in a word or select some text, then run this clip to go to the matching topic in AutoIt Help.


H="Web..."
;_______[ BEGIN LONG LINE BELOW ]_______
^!Url ^?[==Home^=http://www.hiddensoft.com/autoit3/|Forum^=http://www.hiddensoft.com/forum/|List - Messages^=http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AutoItList/messages|MSDN^=http://msdn.microsoft.com/]
;_______[ END LONG LINE ]_______

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