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    question for the devs: what clipboard format does Fusion use?

    This is a question that I presume only the programmers of Fusion can answer - though of course if anyone else knows, please pipe in.

    What clipboard format does Fusion use when you copy/paste an action or a condition (note: I'm not talking about the new feature that converts an entire event into text form when you hit ctrl-C on an entire event)?

    I've recently started using a clipboard manager program called Ditto which remembers multiple snippets that you've copied and pasted and lets you re-copy/paste them at will. You can pin frequently-pasted items to the top of the list, you can give certain snippets their own hotkeys, and other very useful stuff like that (how I wish I had discovered this 10 years ago!).

    It supports multiple clipboard formats, such as images for example. It would be super useful to be able to store Fusion actions or conditions too (eg. imagine being able to add only once when event loops or for each object ("group.Enemies") with a single hotkey or two mouse clicks). Below is a list of all the clipboard types that it comes with. I've tried installing all of these, but Ditto still doesn't recognise Fusion actions/conditions when I copy them. There's also a "CustomClipboard Type" option, where you can enter something in a text field, but I'm not sure what format it expects. It also allows you to enter a script that is to be run every time you copy/paste something.

    I know this is probably a long shot, but is there any way to get Ditto to understand the clipboard format Fusion uses for actions/conditions?

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks.


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    There's also a "CustomClipboard Type" option, where you can enter something in a text field, but I'm not sure what format it expects.
    Try the following custom types:

    CF_CNCV25_EVENTS (for events)
    CF_CNCV25_CONDITIONS (for conditions)
    CF_CNCV25_ACTIONS (for actions)

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    Fantastic! It works! Ditto only records generic names for the actions and conditions, so the snippets all look the same on the Ditto clipboard, but that doesn't really matter as you can easily rename them.

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    This is interesting!

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    This is awesome. My preferred way of working in Fusion has always been to grab object icons from the event list editor and drag them onto new actions/conditions (or copy/paste duplicates of existing actions/conditions) and make new events that way, rather than having to start every event from scratch, locating each object one by one in the popup dialog. But of course the objects you want to use aren't always nearby, and Fusion won't let you drag them onto the Event List Editor from the Workspace toolbar. But now, thanks to Ditto and the 'secret codes' from Yves above, I can create this event anywhere I like with a hotkey, and all my most frequently-used objects are there ready to be dragged:





    Also, I've always wished that I was more organised with color-coding comments, to minimise the time I spend each day getting lost in my 6000+ events. But changing comment colors has always been too time-consuming for me to do it with any kind of consistency and discipline. But now I can have a readymade bank of differently styled comments ready to paste whenever I want. Thanks @Yves , you've made my day




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