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The Scripts Menu, accessible from the main menu, is used to manipulate scripts, the representation of diaries in Q++Studio.

 

A few of the menu items of the Scripts Menu correspond to the usual File Menu of other software (New, Open, Save, Save As, Close, Rename, Move and Delete), and do not need any explanation (though they are briefly covered in the topic on the current script).

 

The following scripts menu items, however, are specific to Q++Studio.

 

Scripts Explorer

Opens the Scripts Explorer which, analogously to the Windows Explorer, is used to open, move, copy, delete, examine, preview, export and run scripts.

Recent Scripts

Displays a sub-menu listing the most-recently used scripts, from which you can directly select a script to open. Note that Q++Studio refers to scripts by their unique internal numerical ID and, therefore, renaming a script will not cause it to disappear from the list of recently-used scripts.

Insert ScriptLine

Displays a sub-menu listing the script lines which can be inserted immediately below the script line which is currently selected in the Script Editor. Each of these sub-menus has a corresponding button on the Script Line Toolbar.

Current ScriptLine

Displays a sub-menu listing the actions which can be performed on the script line which is currently selected in the Script Editor. Each of these sub-menus has a corresponding button on the Script Line Toolbar.

List of Uses

Displays a sub-menu listing the available data used by a script reports which each contain a recap of all the sets of a particular type of data used by the current script. There are 6 such reports: holidays (includes one-time-dates), saints (includes saints exceptions), slogans, SARAs, macros, and fonts.

Convert to

Displays a sub-menu allowing you to convert the current script (or a copy thereof) to either QuarkXPress or InDesign.

XML

Displays a sub-menu containing various sub-menus to view and act on the current script in its XML representation.

 

Finally, the Exit menu item closes Q++Studio.

 

See also: the main menu.

 


Topic 184065, last updated on 16-Nov-2020