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Wednesday, July 27, 2005 9:18:00 PM
One of my more popular extensions has been the free extension Sniplets, which is handier in some ways than Dreamweaver's built-in Snippets panel. Sniplets are stored on your context menu from Code View, and in a short menu. I use them for short code snips that I need all the time. At the request of a customer, I added the ability to import export Sniplets from the extension dialog box. Now, you can move Sniplets from machine to machine, and more importantly, keep groups of Sniplets stored in folders. Sniplets export as regular Snippet files -- yes, compatible with regular Dreamweaver Snippets. What I am now doing is keeping my often-used code snips as Snippets in the Snippets panel, then depending on what I am working on (a ColdFusion site, PHP site, Dreamweaver extension, etc) I will clean out my Sniplet list and import a new set for the project. You can download it free from http://www.tom-muck.com/extensions/help/Sniplets/
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