Re: [NTB] validation and notetab
- Hi deedee,
>:dizzy: Oh Jody, I am sorry, that was all Greek to me. I amSorry about that. Go with what Lotta first mentioned by turning
>just not that advanced. I don't even know what REgExp is. Yes I
>do have a registered version of NoteTab Pro.
word wrap off (Ctrl+W) or sign up on the Clips list (see footer)
and ask for a couple of Clips to put on your Clipbar co,plate
with instructions for people who get dizzy when spoken Geek to. ;)
You can also look over my nnnLines Library. There are a number of
ways to add line numbers some of them have many options and yet
one you might like automatically makes a new document, numbers
the lines, and then prints all with one click. You can add as
many of the Clips to your default Clipbar when using a registered
version of NoteTab.
The Library gets extracted to NoteTab's Libraries folder.
nnnLines download link:
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jody <kjv-av1611@...> wrote:Happy Clip'n!
>> Hi Dee,
>>> Thanks, I never got the response and could not find it on the
>>> list. Heck I sure wish it conformed to the validator, turning
>>> word wrap off is a real turn-off. Okay, thanks, I was hoping
>>> perhaps someone found something more pleasant.
>> Try Ctrl+W, then select some text at the beginning of the line,
>> and then press Ctrl+W again. If you are more of a mouse user,
>> then put the Word Wrap icon on the Toolbar or the Shortcut
>> menu. See View | Options underneath the Toolbar & Shortcut
>> The manual method to insert and remove line numbers would be
>> Select All (Ctrl+A), then click Modify | Lines | Number Lines
>> (or use the Number Lines Toolbar/Shortcut methods via Options).
>> When you are done use a RegExp to remove the lines. Something
>> like the following should work in the Replace tool placing it
>> in the Find field and replace with nothing checking the RegExp
>> box after inserting the code and do a Replace All...
>> I have a Library that has a number of ways to insert numbers
>> into the file with a Clip to Remove Numbers... With two Clips
>> you can easily do what you want by putting the two Clips on
>> your default Clipbar provided that you are in a registered
>> version of NoteTab.
>> In short, all the Clip does is give you some options, but the
>> default of the first Clip to number the lines is to of course
>> number each line with text on it (skipping blank lines unless
>> you switch the option to count them) starting at line one and
>> start numbering at 1 (meaning you could start the number at any
>> line number like 5 for instance). It has some other options
>> too. The Remove Numbers is directly below that one with other
>> ways to number lines below it... I just reordered it and fixed
>> some glitches, but haven't uploaded yet. You can write me in
>> *private email* if you want me to send you a copy.
>> You can also sign up on the Clips list (see footer) and ask
>> somebody to make you a couple Clips or one to add/remove
>>>>> I am finding that I cannot use the NTP line numbering with
>>>>> W3C validation as they don't match up. What is everyone else
>>>>> doing to work around this?
>>>> Turn Word Wrap off. Notetab counts wrapped lines as well as
>>>> real lines.
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