12688Re: [Clip] Hyperlinks to run programs
- Nov 8, 2004Hi Jelks,
>> Add the <> and the file type of the file you have it in to HTMLPut the arrows outside the brackets, sorry.
>> Files in Options. HTML Files open when the Edit item in the
>> Windows Explorer content menu is invoked, so it shouldn't
>> interfere with anything else. I have txt, ja, and others in there
>> as well so I can <highlight this!> in my text based file types.
>Jody, doesn't work here. Adding < and > around the URL inside the
>brackets makes Notetab pass it to the browser as part of the the
>link name itself, at least when it comes to .XLS (Excel) files.
<[file://C:\Documents and Settings\h.paulissen\Desktop\lijstfdcw1-10-04.xls]
>I also don't understand -- why would you want to add Excel binaryYou missed what I said to do. ;) No, you do not want to add xls
>file types to Notetab's list of "HTML files"? I did try it to see
>if it would make the angle-bracketed linking you describe work
>with "file:" links (it didn't), but I removed it because it doesn't
>really make sense to me to view color coded binary Excel files
the the HTML Files list. You want to add the file type that you
have the <[...]> in, not the file you are trying to open. Adding
them to the HTML files list only haves that file type open in
NoteTab when *Edit* is used. You do not want to add a file type
that you edit with something else. It's just a trick to <get this
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