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Topic Title: Sharing my script library
Topic Summary: Lots of KB macros shared on GitHub
Created On: 05/13/2021 10:48 AM
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 Sharing my script library   - dparent - 05/13/2021 10:48 AM  
 Sharing my script library   - Matt_Chambers - 05/13/2021 10:53 AM  
 Sharing my script library   - thalon - 05/14/2021 12:11 PM  
 Sharing my script library   - Lunis Orcutt - 05/14/2021 04:40 PM  
 Sharing my script library   - wristofdoom - 05/14/2021 06:44 PM  
 Sharing my script library   - dparent - 05/25/2021 10:44 AM  
 Sharing my script library   - dicdoc - 11/12/2021 07:55 PM  
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Originally posted by: wristofdoom I really want to just get a few of them working as standalones, like camelcase and under case, but they don't seem to work unless I add in all of the dependencies. Any advice for getting these to work on their own without installing every file that gets referenced? Great library though, thank you for sharing.

Hi wristofdoom!

Probably the easiest thing to do in the long run is to create a C:\Users\Knowbrainer\CommonModules folder and put all the bas files in there.  Then you can simply reference the bas file that contains the function you want in your macro, like

'#Uses "C:\Users\KnowBrainer\CommonModules\utilities.bas"

That way, you don't have to copy anything around and can use any functions you want without extra work and all the references  should work.

There are a few macros that require MemoryForMacros which will take a little more set up, but the instructions are on my GitHub site.  The "camel" and "under case" functions do not need MemoryForMacros, so copying all of the bas files into the new CommonModules ought to do it.

Give it a shot and let me know!


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