Re: [NTB] What is NoteTab for?
- Hi Carl,
I forgot to mention that one Carl. Mine is similar to yours for
my Clean-Funnies list, except for on my Funnies Clipbar I have a
number of tools. One takes the highlighted text, opens my funnies
Outline, and automatically searches the text. I normally do that
a couple times if the funny looks familiar to prevent duplicates.
Another button gives me the topic count, another cleans the funny
from eMail junk. Another can remove the line numbers and yet
another renumber for when I remove one of the lines in a numbered
list. Another joins one line and yet another joins all. It
depends on what the text is on what tool I use like delete the
topic if I find a duplicate or some other problem. There are
more tools too. :) Once ready with the title on the top line
which is used for the eMail Subject, funny title, and Outline
title, it is appended to my Outline file, then column wrapped to
68 characters, and shipped to Eudora. It takes me a couple
minutes to do 2-3 depending on their condition (excluding proof
As Carl might say, "Ya gotta love NoteTab!" :) You will know
what I mean if you are on his funnies list.
> 1) Joke archiver: I have 4 separate .otl files for differentSee ya in the funnies!
> "sorts" of jokes - three for each of the past 3 years, and one
> for "blonde" jokes.
If you haven't laughed at yourself today,
you missed a good joke!
- Hi Eric/Jody,
> Would it be possible to produce a NoteTab with optional configurableEver since the notion of a "Gold Edition" first saw its light on the
> features in extra add-on files? So there could be a basic NoteTab
> kernel, and you could always carry that around on a floppy.
> But if you wanted additional features, like the clip languagefor
> example, you could set the configuration to add those, and then NTB
> would incorporate those features, thus increasing it's size.
list, I've asked myself this question.
It seemed clear to me that an edition with every imaginable feature in
it was going to suffer the same kind of bloat that the dreaded MS WORD
suffers. I know there is recognition that NOTETAB is too big for some
purposes or Jody wouldn't have pointed me in the direction of the GUN
(Grown Up Notepad) or Metapad for some of the lighter weight tasks for
which one might need a text editor.
Put me at my ease! Tell me v5 will work like this.
(It's already a real pain trying to run NoteTab from a floppy!)