9476Re: [NTB] several questions.
- Oct 31 9:00 AM
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lotta" <loro@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 10:12 AM
Subject: Re: [NTB] several questions.
> Hi MCMAIER and Larry,
> At 13:57 2000-10-31, MC wrote:
> >1.FTP doesn't see all my files written in NT and saved in the same
> >folder. Why?
> >2. Clicking on View>source tells me that FTP can't find Notepad, even
> >though I have made NT replace it. Why does this happen? ( Here, I'm
trying to read the code of the page by clicking on View>Source, and I get
the message "cannot find the file "notepad"or one of its components). Make
sure the path and filename are correct & that all required libraries are
available." What is really strange is that (1) Notepad is not in
Programs>Accessories where it should be. I found it in another location, and
dragged it in the accessories folder, but it never shows up there from the
Start menu. I always have to dig it out to open it. (2) I made NoteTab
replace Notetab. Is that the problem? Notepad still works.>
> I'm not sure what application FTP is referring to. View>source indicates
> that it's not a FTP program but a browser? Please tell. (Yes, I'm trying
to see how the code was written. I cannot even check on any other web sites
to see the code, because the "notepad message' pops up.
> >3. NT constantly tells me upon opening it that several files are not
> >fully loaded and to use the binary filter next time. Just how is this
> From Help:
> NoteTab does not load the whole file!
> The file probably contains one or more null characters. By default,
> treats the first null character it encounters as the end of the text. To
> change this behavior, you can set the "Filter Binary Codes" option which
> you will find on the Files tab in the Options dialog box. When this option
> is set, any null character NoteTab encounters when loading a file is
> converted to the substitute character (also defined in the Options dialog
> box). You will be able to load the full content of any file when this
> feature is enabled.
> But you should be very careful opening binary files in a texteditor. If
> "do" something you shouldn't the file can be ruined.( OK. I found this
under View and checked off binary files. Now I get "Warning: "C:\Windows
\name of file\maybe a binary file.695 nontext characters have been converted
to '.'<Alt+0183." What is this doing? I understand you don't see images in
text editors, but something is wrong if you can't get the darn code to do
it's job in the browser! I thought NoteTab was so easy for anybody to use<g>
>4.How do I stop all these messages from opening each time I want to
> >use NT?
> Sorry, what messages?( I am greeted with at at least 5 "null character
...use binary filter..." each time. I've tried to insert code for gifs and
that's what happens. )(See above answer)
> >5. Why aren't my gif images being displayed in the browser? I'm
> >always getting a small white box with a red x in it.The HTML code is
> >correct.Many thanks.
> If you get the box with an x I bet you all Bill Gates' $$$ that the html
> code or the path to the image is not correct. If you subscribe to the HTML
> list Larry mentioned and post a sample of the code there someone will help
> you. Please do. We could use some more people over there :)( I gave him my
> Soon all of US (=Jody <g>) will be awake and you will have a more complete
> answer. Hang in there.
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