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Re: save successive steps

#1 save successive steps

Posted by: André | Date: 06/17/2012 12:07 | IP: IP Logged

Hi all!

Is it possible to save successive steps in changing the file content?

More precisely, I want to extricate the file content from html tags. And these are a few steps to replace some tags with "nothing" and on the other side a few steps of "copy non-matching".

And after some time I want to repeat this, I don't want to make all these steps again (successive).

Is there a elegant solution for this issue?

Thanks a lot, André smiling smiley

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#2 Re: save successive steps

Posted by: pspad | Date: 06/17/2012 12:43 | IP: IP Logged

Menu HTML / Conversion / Remove tags wouldn't help you?

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#3 Re: save successive steps

Posted by: vbr | Date: 06/17/2012 15:30 | IP: IP Logged

André:
Hi all!

Is it possible to save successive steps in changing the file content?

More precisely, I want to extricate the file content from html tags. And these are a few steps to replace some tags with "nothing" and on the other side a few steps of "copy non-matching".

And after some time I want to repeat this, I don't want to make all these steps again (successive).

Is there a elegant solution for this issue?

Thanks a lot, André smiling smiley

It may be done using PSPad scripting, check the script sample in another thread (there are also further infomrations about the usage and adjusting the script:
forum.pspad.com

Besides regex replacements via javascript, you can also use many PSPad builtin functions, check
runPSPadAction("...");
mentioned later in the same thread.

hth,
vbr

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#4 Re: save successive steps

Posted by: André | Date: 06/23/2012 20:43 | IP: IP Logged

pspad:
Menu HTML / Conversion / Remove tags wouldn't help you?

Thanks! I didn't know about this function.

Very helpful!

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#5 Re: save successive steps

Posted by: André | Date: 06/23/2012 20:46 | IP: IP Logged

vbr:
It may be done using PSPad scripting, check the script sample in another thread (there are also further infomrations about the usage and adjusting the script:
forum.pspad.com

Besides regex replacements via javascript, you can also use many PSPad builtin functions, check
runPSPadAction("...");
mentioned later in the same thread.

hth,
vbr

It seems to be the best, when I use other files then html. But it also seems to much complicated for me (I don't have javascript knowledge).

Thanks, André

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