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16852Re: [NTB] .txt and .dat files open as empty documents

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  • Alec Burgess
    Jul 22, 2004

      Unless you *deliberately* chose to put configuration data in the registry
      (an install time option which can be changed in Notetab-View-Options) the
      info you are looking for is in a file called "notetab.ini" (light version)
      or a file called "notepro.ini" (paid for version). I assume by NTL you mean

      All you have to do is (while Notetab is closed) go to Notetab's program
      folder (the same one the executable is in) and delete the file "notetab.ini"
      (or rename it to something else - but it doesn't sound like you've got
      anything worth keeping) - then reopen Notetab.

      It will automatically rebuild the INI file and you should be good to go!

      Regards ... Alec

      ---- Original Message ----
      From: "gumbie22000" <slboe@...>
      To: <notetab@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 13:19
      Subject: [gla: [NTB] .txt and .dat files open as empty

      > The two file types that I use NTL to view and modify(.txt
      > and .dat) now open as empty documents. There are some
      > other file types that still open correctly(.otl is the
      > only example I have). I have uninstalled and reinstalled
      > the newest version of NTL with no change in the situation.
      > The .txt and .dat files have valid text in them. I have
      > opened and viewed them with another text editor.
      > Is there a cleaner program that will erase all registry
      > values for NTL?
      > Or a procedure to manually search out these entries(I
      > have tried this but I must be missing something in my
      > searches).
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