[osflash] JSFL String adds extra line feeds after reading a text file
neoriley at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 07:40:51 EDT 2007
I think you're right about it, the weird part is - if I have the JSFL
command copy to the clipboard, and then I paste into a doc or the actions
panel in the IDE, formatting looks fine with the line returns.
If that same string is passed to my SWF panel via MMExecute and put into a
text area, it has the extra line feeds
But you're probably right, its a matter of removing extra garbage manually
On 7/25/07, Rostislav Siryk <rostislav.siryk at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2007/7/25, John Grden <neoriley at gmail.com>:
> > anyone know how to get a string back from JSFL that's from a txt file
> > without the extra line feeds?
> Might this issue comes from different line feed characters used in
> document? As I remember, some text editors are able to use different
> combinations of such characters. For example, there's such menu
> options in SciTE|Flash 2004:
> Options > Line End Characters > CR + LF | CR | LF | Convert Line End
> These characrters are used in different systems, e.g. LF is used as
> line end in FreeBSD, and CR is used in the same role in DOS-like
> Windows tries to use CR+LF for the maximum compatibility with others
> (as I understood).
> So maybe it makes sense for you to open your file in the SciTE|Flash
> and convert the line end characters using the menu options I listed
> And maybe I got your issue wrong - can you provide more info? I worked
> with JSFL a lil' bit during some automation able projects.
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