stevecasper Posted October 19, 2009 Report Share Posted October 19, 2009 When selecting "Multiple Choice" in the Multiple choice menu, is there an easy way to add a carriage return on each selected option? Example: Text Variable: %Things To Do% A - Go to the store B - Go to the gym C - Go out to eat D - Play chess Text Type: Here is a list of things I would like to do today: %Things To Do% This, assuming all items are selected, will type out: Here is a list of things I would like to do today:Go to the storeGo to the gymGo out to eatPlay chess I want it to look like this: Here is a list of things I would like to do today:Go to the store Go to the gym Go out to eat Play chess I know I could build a bunch of "If" sequences to parse it out, and add CR/LFs that way, but if the list is of any size at all, the macro will quickly become long and extremely tedious. I built a %CRLF% variable: Variable Set to ASCII Char 13 to %CRLF% Variable Set to ASCII Char 10 to %T% Variable Modify String %CRLF%: Append Text String Variable (%T%) and tried attaching that to each item in the multi-choice menu, but the results were identical the quote above, as though the macro completely ignored the %CRLF% string within the choices. Anyway, that's where I am, and what I'm hoping to accomplish. Thanks for any help. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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