5486Re: [NH] Re: input attributes Was:[NTB]
- Apr 21, 2006Thank you, Marcelo. No, it wasn't enough just to put the tidy.exe file in
the same folder as NoteTab. I will try to add that line of code to the .ini
file and see it it finds it. Thanks again!
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Marcelo de Castro Bastos" <mcblista@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 10:46 PM
Subject: Re: [NH] Re: input attributes Was:[NTB]
> On the last exciting episode, aired on 19/4/2006 00:05, Kerry Coates
> invited the wrath of the gods by saying:
>> Yes, thank you! I used to have Tidy but when I changed computers I
>> couldn't get it working again. I went through all sorts of e-mails
>> to get the file back to where it should be but I could never get it to
>> recognize the file. So I have been doing with out Tidy. Thank you for
>> answer. If I had Tidy I would try it this way.
>> When I lost Tidy I wasn't overly concerned because I ran into
>> with it like you say -- sometimes it would scramble my page!
>> Then one day I decided it would be a good thing to have and tried to
>> it back and it was futile.
> Tidy official page:
> Latest Windows build:
> Usually it's enough to just place the tidy.exe file in the same folder
> as Notetab.
> You MAY, however, have to add a line to the [Options] section in the
> notetab.ini (or notepro.ini if you are using the Pro version) file in
> the format:
> TidyExe=C:\Program Files\Notetab Lite\tidy.exe
> You can't edit directly the notetab.ini file with Notetab itself, by the
> way. You can use a different editor, or save it with a different name
> and manually replace it; but the easiest way by far is just to save the
> altered file as !notetab.ini (yes, that's an exclamation mark in the
> beginning), close Notetab and reopen it. Notetab will find the changed
> file and replace the old one with it automatically.
> You may also wish to create/fiddle with the tidy.cfg file. It should be
> in the Notetab folder.
> Oh, another interesting option to be checked is Igor Podlubny's free
> offline validator. It's small, reasonably fast, integrates well with
> Notetab, and can be found here:
> CSE HTML Validator Lite - it's free:
> Fookes Software Home: http://www.fookes.us/redir
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