As an example, you can create an expansion which will convert "p1" into "<p></p>" with the insertion point positioned mid-expansion. This expansion looks like this in the glossary -> <p></p><LEFT4>. Make sure that the trailing separator is suppressed if you are going to try creating this glossary entry. I think that it is already defined in the current release.
I'm having problems with forcing Spell catcher plus to use the Shift command,
to manually capitalize the press of a key, globally.
a Shorthand glossary entry by the name of "ForceShiftTest"
with the fallowing data:
<<SHIFT>b>yoda<<SHIFT>b><ENTER><SHIFT>b boba <SHIFT>b<ENTER><SHIFTb> solo <SHIFTb><ENTER><<SHIFTb>> jaba <<SHIFTb>><ENTER><SHIFT,b> luke <SHIFT,b><ENTER><<SHIFT,b> leia <<SHIFT,b>><ENTER><SHIFT> chewy </SHIFT><ENTER>
produces the fallowing result:
byodabb boba b<SHIFTb> solo <SHIFTb><SHIFTb jaba <SHIFTb<SHIFT,b> luke <SHIFT,b><SHIFT,b leia <SHIFT,b chewy </SHIFT>
None of the above results succeeded in remote capitalization of name content.
What does the <SHIFT> function do? Why is it there?
There is no documentation or example other then mention of it's existence on the Shorthand Expansion Enhancements Help page.
I need better understanding of the <SHIFT> function, for use in the fallowing, flawed line.
<<SHIFT><CTRL>b>This is Bold In Furcadia.exe<<SHIFT><CTRL>b>
This line, is intended for use in the Furcadia.EXE program,
which activates Bold text by the key combination of Shift+Control+b .
If the above shorthand expression worked properly, the fallowing line should be the result:
This is Bold In Furcadia.exe
However, Furcadia.exe reports only that the key combination:
CTRL+b is pushed,
the text "This is Bold In Furcadia.exe" is passed,
then CTRL+b is pushed again.
At no time is SHIFT passed from spell catcher shorthand, to the program.
So what is going on with <SHIFT>? What is <SHIFT> actually doing?
And how does one combined key combinations such as:
Shift + Alt + y .
Control + TAB .
Shift + F5 ,
Alt + Control + Enter
In short hand Expressions????
I'd really like to know. Thank you.