michaelkenward Posted May 2, 2010 Report Share Posted May 2, 2010 If I use the command "Type Clipboard Text" and use the "Ignore CR/LF" the resulting output has no spaces where the CR/LF 'characters' were. If I examine the clipboard in Clipmate, there are spaces there. Maybe it adds them. I would like to type the text with spaces but not CR/LF. This would be preferable to asking Clipmate to remove the breaks. Adding interactions without programs always make life a bit more difficult. Am I missing something? I want to do this because I am renaming files and need to get rid of the CR/LF but not the space. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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