Or do I have to recomposing of text and things like that?
You can select a line and then run a script to do something with it, but how would a script know where in your text to paste the line? You cannot select a line and "then" point somewhere inside the text where it should be pasted -- if you do that you might as well directly cut-and-paste manually.
myTextFrame.contents= "this line looks like " + app.toolBoxTools.currentTool=1954107508 + app.paste(myLine);
So there's no "easy" way to do this?
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There is (the equivalent of "app.paste(myLine)"), but again, how would the script know where to paste? After ANY text that goes like "this line looks like "?
I was hoping to find out that their was some function that I could place like
myTextFrame.contents= "this line looks like " + anchorHere(app.paste(myLine) + "some more text";
I'll check out the recompose and all that good stuff.
Can't you just add it to an insertionPoint?
I don't know.
I will look it up and report back.