Re: UNICODE is driving me batty
- Hi Alex,
Instead of opening the file in NoteTab, could you use a NoteTab clip
to insert the contents of the file into the current document as normal
Or (in your clip) you could first start a new document for receiving
the text, and afterwards save the (converted) file.
- "Sheri" <silvermoonwoman@...> said on Sep 06, 2007 8:16 -0400
> Instead of opening the file in NoteTab, could you use a NoteTab clipGood point ... however ... I had already uploaded all six files to a
> to insert the contents of the file into the current document as normal
> Or (in your clip) you could first start a new document for receiving
> the text, and afterwards save the (converted) file.
WIKI when I discovered that copying text to clipboard and then saving
from ClipCachePlus writes Unicode files! yucch.
With this clip I was able to send all files to Notetab, click on each
file, double-click the clip and move to the next one. Actual conversion
only took a minute or two after two hours (conservatively) to write the
clip. -- It takes longer when I have to look up almost every command in
the Clip Help file :-(
If I'd realized the problem beforehand (when I was generating the files)
I would have copied to a new buffer in Notetab and saved from there
instead of "saving" time by doing it from within ClipCachePlus, avoiding
ever generating the Unicode versions.
Regards ... Alec -- buralex-gmail
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