Re: Help with message boxes


Axel Berger
 

John Shotsky wrote:
I was really just looking for a way to do it without running a separate program.
Help says: "Variables keep their value as long as the Clipbook is kept
open."
You could have a label and ^!Set that label to a variable right at the
break point. With a ^!Continue you could ask whether to just go on or stop
for inspection.
Make the first command in the clip a jump to the variable.

When the clip is invoked it ought to start right at the very place it broke
off before.

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^!Goto ^%vLbl%
...
^Set %vLbl%="break-here
^!Continue Go on without inspection?
:break-here
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I fear this can't be very reliable and will result in unintended
consequences but it ought to work in principle.


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