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Perry Mowbray:
I was having an issue with RegEx's in the JavaScript though: they don't seem to be working. Is that FScript.dll or FARR?
-Perry Mowbray (June 17, 2008, 04:04 AM)
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What is your issue with regexes ?
- FARR regexes are used to filter output (output many results and let farr filter and sort the results )
- You can use javascript to filter your results but you have to implement sorting and filtering
-ecaradec (June 21, 2008, 05:28 AM)
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My issues were my code  :-[ or at least my understanding of some code I'd borrowed. It was neither Fscript or FARR (not surprising  ;)): I've got my RegExes working fine in JavaScript, thanks.

Did have some questions over in your Fscript thread tho...  :)

gogogadget, can you see if version 2.12.03 solves the slow read/write of settings file issue?

Another idea would be to display the calendar of the specified month.  Something like the "cal" command in *nix.-taichimaster (February 17, 2008, 11:27 PM)
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you can use the plugin mentioned in this thread with some relevant console tools to make it work.

I am currently running v2.30.31 and find the performance has much improved on my machine. Thank you, mouser.

The copy part of this doesnt work on my win7 boxes.

CL works but selecting the right format doesnt copy it to the clipboard.


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