> --- In email@example.com, "CAHansen1" <cahansen1@...> wrote:
>> I just started using Notetab and it's a great program. One question I
>> have involves dragging an image from the Quick List into the HTML
>> document and automatically having Notetab create the HTML tag complete
>> with path, size, etc. Why does the created tag have funny characters
>> in the path? It seems that everywhere there is a space in the path,
>> Notetab is putting a "%" symbol. Why is this happening? Is this
>> something I correct, or is it supposed to be that way?
Not many people seem to be reading email right now, and I accidently
deleted it with other threads that were finished. The best answer I can
give you is to say that "it's normal." I think %20 (the number may be
wrong) is a standard code for the space character. You'll find it used
by a number of programs working with html. So, regardless of whether
you and I find it more difficult to read, apparently it's more reliable
in many program contexts and seems to be fairly standard practice, along
with similar codes
for other non-alphanumeric characters. You didn't do anything wrong
and it's not a program bug.
Hope this helps.