> I wrote a little macro to make it possible to show text with *many*
> lines in Dialog_Input_1().
this is very impressive an interesting, and I think I will use it to
develop some step by step instructions for me and my colleages ("how
to produce Greek text with TeX?", and the like).
However, there are two points for which i'd ask your permission for
(1) You put the entire text into @104 and then read 4-line segments
of it into the Dialog box. However, for help info's it is more
natural to display entire paragraphs. So, if i unterstand your code
correctly, i would have to replace
by something like
and can dispense with #104=4. Is this correct, or have i overlooked
(2) I'd suggest you to order the buttons like this:
[Previous] [Next] [Cancel]
This would me more iconic, since in our western tradition "back" is,
by way of metaphor, strongly associated with "left", and "forward"
with "right" (of course, if you go to make Vedit popular in semitic
cultures, you will have more success with your original
Thank you for this fine lesson on macro programing.
As always, your "humble student".