Thanks for everyone's feedback. I believe Brooks was untimately
correct, the culprit turned out to be a delay on the server. Right
after I made an edit in NTP, I viewed the source in notepad. My
edits did not take. It was only after a few minutes that my changes
Thanks a bunch.
--- In notetab@y..., Jody <av1611@e...> wrote:
> Hi Stephanie,
> I realize this is late. I saw the other reply and it sounded
> good to me. :-) The following are just some things to think
> about. I don't network so I can only go on what others have
> found out over the years when it comes to networking.
> >I'm having a slight issue with NTP 4.91 and updates to web pages
> >on a network. I wonder if this is an issue on my company's
> >server or if it's notetab.
> Try doing it in another editor, preferably not a MS editor. It
> may be Windows doing it. As it has been said MS works well with
> MS. See below.
> >I open a web page located on the network. I edit it and then
> >save. I go to my web browser and refresh the page I just made the
> >change to. No change, I still get my original unedited version.
> >Then I try emptying my cache and hitting refresh on the browser
> >yet again. Again, no change to my edited file.
> >I close the file and close notetab. I reopen notetab and open a
> >fresh copy of the same file on the server. My edits are
> >preserved. But I am unable to view the changes in my browser
> >UNTIL I select the "view in browser" button from notetab. Then,
> >and only then, can I see the changes in my browser. ??
> Your network may be locking the due to the Windows file
> protection feature. Also, make sure that you are not looking at
> a temporary file in your browser such as efo~7.htm. After the
> file is saved the actual filename is used.
> Check the file attributes out too. If the file is marked Hidden,
> uncheck it. There was a path saving problem in some earlier
> version of NoteTab dealing with that NT and Win2000, but Eric
> fixed it as far as I remember. (He at least wrote he would
> during beta testing. ;)
> Happy NoteTab'n,
> Jody Adair
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