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    orzy09
    Member

    I want to create the following snippet that insert clipboard data (a filepath copied in the clipboard). I used the syntax provided in the help file. The line with the macro is this:

    `# Interface.write( clipboardData.getData(“”) );`

    I copied a path (c:test) in the clipboard and executed the snipped. It worked fine. Then I copied another path (d:test) and now the text was appended so I got:

    c:testd:test

    executing the snippet again without another copy before added the clipboard data again:

    c:testd:testd:test

    after some testing I found out that the following line sents combined all what I had inserted with the above macro before.

    `#`

    So this line would also get the result:

    c:testd:testd:test

    I this a bug or do I something wrong?

    Thanks and all the best

    #7949

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    orzy09 wrote:
    I want to create the following snippet that insert clipboard data (a filepath copied in the clipboard). I used the syntax provided in the help file. The line with the macro is this:

    `# Interface.write( clipboardData.getData(“”) );`

    I copied a path (c:test) in the clipboard and executed the snipped. It worked fine. Then I copied another path (d:test) and now the text was appended so I got:

    c:testd:test

    executing the snippet again without another copy before added the clipboard data again:

    c:testd:testd:test

    after some testing I found out that the following line sents combined all what I had inserted with the above macro before.

    `#`

    So this line would also get the result:

    c:testd:testd:test

    I this a bug or do I something wrong?

    Thanks and all the best

    This is a bug. I will fix this in the next version. Thanks!

    #7977

    orzy09
    Member

    Hello Mr. Emura,

    it works now. Thank you for the quick fix and for a marvellous editor! 😀

    All the best.
    orzy09

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