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Can you insert a <TAB> in log file


DavidBJordan
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Easy. Just create a tab variable. I create a tab, carriage return, and line feed in almost all my macros so I can build files in memory and dump them to a folder later. Click here to see my little sample macro on the matter.

 

Another tack is to enter the tab right in the command without a variable. The problem is if you type a tab in the ME command edit field it move you out. But if you type the string in notepad replete with tab, copy and paste that into the edit field you can get it in there.

 

BTW I build all kinds of TSV and HTML files replete with links and tables in ME3. It's amazing what all you can create and it's active content.

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