- February 1, 2019 at 9:55 am #24277
Trigger such a snippet and escape midway.
** Unable to Redo the Undone step.
editor.ExecutePlugin( “Snippets.dll”, eePluginUserMessage, 1, “FolderName\\SnippetName” );
Is it possible to make it support “\” in folder/snippet names?
And even support folders/snippets with same name?February 5, 2019 at 1:18 pm #25279
1. We will fix this on the next version.
2. The next version will allow you to use this second form (notice the 3rd parameter is 2):
editor.ExecutePlugin( "Snippets.dll", eePluginUserMessage, 2, "/FolderName/SnippetName" );
The separator character (in this case, ‘/’) must be used as the first character of the string.
‘/’ can be any single character. For instance, the following is also OK.
editor.ExecutePlugin( "Snippets.dll", eePluginUserMessage, 2, "|FolderName|SnippetName" );
You can still use the old form (3rd parameter is 1) to keep backward compatibility.February 12, 2019 at 9:35 am #25409
Thank you for the detailed reply.
Maybe “Notes” are needed in pages like this:
But I have to rename the same-named snippets for macro cases? Though Snippets plug-in allows the use.February 12, 2019 at 8:18 pm #25413
I just need to clarify your question. Do you want the 4th parameter (in this case “|FolderName|Snippets|”) case-insensitive?February 13, 2019 at 12:44 pm #25418
Duplicate a snippet by Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V.
Then change the content of either one.
I’d rather keep their names identical for some reasons.
I know it’s not a good habit, but since the plug-in allows same names…
I wonder if there’s a way in a macro to handle the same-named ones (by order or something).
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