copy file path include "<>"

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Pelin
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copy file path include "<>"

Post by Pelin »

when I copy a file path as hyperlink to other appilcations, such as outlook or Onenote. Only the words before "blank" can be recognized.
can we add a option, when i copy the file path, it can automatically add "<>" (path name like <\\192.168.0.1\xyz 123\xxx>),so that it can be automatically recognized?
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matewo
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Re: copy file path include "<>"

Post by matewo »

Hi Pelin,

I can reproduce your issue, using \\192.168.0.1\xyz 123\xxx, which will not automatically recognized as a "link". If I add a trailing backslash "\", it will be recognized.

Best regards, Markus

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Re: copy file path include "<>"

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Or use a script:

copytext quote(<curitem>); //in quotes

copytext '<' . <curitem> . '>'; //in hooks

yusef88
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Re: copy file path include "<>"

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Also, as well copytext lax(<<curitem>>)

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XY scripting blows my mind again. :tup: :biggrin:

Pelin
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Re: copy file path include "<>"

Post by Pelin »

matewo wrote: 11 Jun 2024 12:16 Hi Pelin,

I can reproduce your issue, using \\192.168.0.1\xyz 123\xxx, which will not automatically recognized as a "link". If I add a trailing backslash "\", it will be recognized.

Best regards, Markus
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