Lotta, I followed your very simple and effective instructions -
> >Tools/View in Browser - to see coded copy displayed, however
> >to happen when I do that. You
> >mentioned configuring the browser - can you say more about that?
> Sure. For me NoteTab picks up the system default browser as first
> (View in Browser) but I have to configure the other. Anyway, do
> On the "View" menu choose "Options". There you choose the "Internet
> At top of that window you have "Main Browser" and "Other Browser".
> browse disk buttons to find the executables. That's it.
- the display is still all ASCII, including html codes, not what the
Webpage should be. I guess what's missing is the header you usually
see on the top of Webpages? I am producing coded text in NoteTab, like
below, and my question is if this can be displayed without going
through HoTMetaL or a similar app. Many thanks, Janos
Rosenberg is trying to comfort her future constituency by "not setting
out to convert San Francisco to <B>Luigi Nono</B> just yet." Rosenberg
and Midgette probably don't realize that in staid old San Francisco, a
certain <B>Michael Tilson Thomas</B> has already foisted Nono and even
more contemporary composers on the defenseless city, and for sold-out
performances at that, in Davies Hall, just across the street from the
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