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Creating buttons for search
« on: Aug 7th, 2003, 8:32am »
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The Company for which I work wants to buy this program, so I'm testing the trial, I want to create buttons for search.  Is it possible, how?
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Re: Creating buttons for search
« Reply #1 on: Aug 7th, 2003, 9:49am »
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Select a text block and use "Insert >Special link" then the tab "other" (the one before the last), then "show search window".
A click on the link will show the search window (this works when you create a CD).
 
You can do the same for an image (can be the image of a button or so), click the image with the right mouse button, select "Define special link".
 
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« Reply #2 on: Aug 7th, 2003, 10:10am »
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[b][/b]Thank you!
 
I didn't express well.  I would like to do something like google, yahoo, etc, but simple, something for the users can get help.
 
I want to insert a textbox and a button that when I enter the keyword and press the button I can get the information that I am requesting.
 
Is it possible?
 
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Re: Creating buttons for search
« Reply #3 on: Aug 7th, 2003, 1:50pm »
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A question: what would be the main use of PaperKiller?
A Website or a CD?
 
If a CD, the function said above will show a dialog that have a search function almost like google within the CD.
You can't insert a box and a button in the page, but you can show this dialog with a special link.
 
I know it's a bit different but it works (full text search, so it can find anything is on the CD).
 
For the Web, for a function like this you must install a "search script" on the server (maybe your host can help you); and of course you should get EasyWebEditor or 1SITE, not PaperKiller.
 
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Re: Creating buttons for search
« Reply #4 on: Aug 8th, 2003, 6:36am »
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Thank you for help me.
 
Want I want to do is create a tutorial for the users but in html, not cd, so when I call it from another program I can open it, and make it works.
 
I did what you tell me.  I shadowed a text, then:
I did this:
Insert->SpecialLink->other->show search window and it works but when I changed the format .aeh to html it doesn't work
 
and when I press a link it doesn't work either, it open a page that says this page can not be displayed.
 
My questions:
How can I export the program to html.  Is it possible that the special link works in the format html, so when I press it, can open automatically the keyword search.
 
Excuses for take much of your time
 
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Re: Creating buttons for search
« Reply #5 on: Aug 12th, 2003, 12:29pm »
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No the keyword search won't work in HTML as it uses a special function of the AEH.
 
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