Save Button

Topic: Save Button

I have been playing with the new format and it is awsome, but I would like to see a save as button so that I can back up the work at stages.  I believe it would be usefull particularly as the more complex your page production becomes.

Graham

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Graham

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I agree.
I did find a save by right clicking in the bottom box

HT

Last edited by htparker (2011-03-12 05:19 am)

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Right-click in any of the 3 list boxes and 'Save Project'.

The Project includes data in all 3 list boxes and all custom names.

Larry

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Hi Guys
Have to say this just gets better and better.

With my Request for a "save as" buton I was looking for a way to name the different projects,  I also would like to be able to save as when I generate pages so that I can place all the generated Urls to a single server directory.

As it stands I am using cpanel file manager to move the Generated urls to a single directory but it is time consuming when you generate large numbers or pages

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With my Request for a "save as" buton I was looking for a way to name the different projects...

When you save a project, the name is defaulted as MpcProject.prj, but you can change the name in the SaveAs dialog before clicking Save.

If you're using Firefox and not seeing the SaveAs dialog, you need to set a preference in your browser...
In 'Tools/Options../Applications' find the entry for "TXT file" and set it to "Always ask".

I also would like to be able to save as when I generate pages so that I can place all the generated Urls to a single server directory

When you build pages, a "Page Report" is generated. Immediately after building, a pop up dialog includes a "View HTML Page Report" button. Also, when you click 'Build', the pop-up dialog includes a "View Latest Page Report" button.

The Page Report lists all the generated Urls. These Urls are hyperlinks, so you can easily view the generated pages. You can also download the report by right-clicking on a "Download Report" hyperlink and 'Save Link As'. This link is in the upper-left corner of the report page.

The downloaded report is a simple html file that you can use as-is or easily edit as needed.

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Perhaps I didnt make myself clear, what i would like, is to have all the generated pages placed in a new folder
example

http://uptodate-pension.info/Atherstone-tax-free-lump-sum-pensions/ukpension/index.php
http://uptodate-pension.info/Aldridge-pensions-and-investments/ukpension/index.php
http://uptodate-pension.info/Aldridge-pensions/ukpension/index.php
http://uptodate-pension.info/Amblecote-nest-pension/ukpension/index.php
each of these pages is in an indivdual folder as out put.


What I would like to do is output them to a folder say finance

http://uptodate-pension.info/finance/Atherstone-tax-free-lump-sum-pensions/ukpension/index.php
http://uptodate-pension.info/finance/Aldridge-pensions-and-investments/ukpension/index.php
http://uptodate-pension.info/finance/Aldridge-pensions/ukpension/index.php
http://uptodate-pension.info/finance/Amblecote-nest-pension/ukpension/index.php

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Hey Graham,

In the 'Path' area of the Mpc Control Panel, drag and drop one of the grey (empty) number buttons onto the '1' button. This will insert a blank list at Path1.

Type "finance/" into the Path1 listbox. Then build the project.

If I'm still not understanding what you want, please email me.

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I didnt realize it could be that simple
  thanks

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