index. It is written for use with the ALPHA editor for
Macintosh. In a alphabetic list of all the functions, objects and methods
exact syntax and examples. It's annoying to use Netscape's JS-reference,
because it is written in HTML and you need to view it in your browser,
far too slow, even offline, to use it for a quick glance at a reference.
This doc is preliminary, check
I use this index quite often, so maybe it's useful for somebody else too.
Johan Linde's new version (2.0.2 and later) of the HTML mode for Alpha
description of the keyword.
The folder JSreference has to reside in the ALPHA folder. Make an alias of
the index file (you can rename the alias to whatever you want, for example
folder. The next time you start ALPHA, you can open the index under ALPHA's
Help menu, and you see a alphabetic list of hyperlinks, that lead you to a
The cool thing about it is the cmd-double-click on a js keyword, that pops
up syntax description.
(If you use Johan Linde's HTML mode for Alpha)
Comments, bugreports and suggestions are welcome!
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