6900Re: [NH] NoteTab Pro and TopStyle
- Sep 18, 2010On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 5:02 PM, Greg Chapman <gregchapmanuk@...>wrote:
> Hi Larry,Thanks, Greg.
> On 18 Sep 10 21:44 "Lawrence" <lmh@...> said:
> > Is anyone using TopStyle with NoteTab? NoteTab is supposed to work
> > with TopStyle.
> I have a copy of Topstyle Pro 2.5. That's from 2002, before TopStyle
> included it's own HTML Editor (v3.0). I do not have it installed on
> my new (Win7) machine yet. If installing something that old will help
> you, let me know.
> I have clicked the "TopStyle Home Page" and "Download Topstyle" links
> in the NoteTab library and they both go to two different other program
> pages. :-(
Bradsoft sold TopStyle to another company about a year or so ago, from what
I found online.
The link for the new owner of TopStyle is: http://www.topstyle4.com/
Here is what I just posted to the ntb-linux list:
I got the full version of NoteTab Pro 6.2/fv installed on my WinXP in
VirtualBox on Ubuntu. When I try to run any of the TopStyle clips, I get an
"error" message. This is with TopStyle
22.214.171.124 trial mode (unregistered).
This message is the same as with the Trial version: "This Clip
require's Bradsoft's TopStyle CSS editor, version 1.51 or later. Click OK to
visit Bradsoft's web site for more
information about TopStyle, or click Cancel to abort."
My hunch is that newer version(s) of TopStyle no longer offer the
integration hooks that allowed Eric to include support in NoteTab, this was
back with NoteTab 4.8. Perhaps Eric can shed some light on this.
Out of curiosity, I downloaded CSEHTML Validator 10.0003 Trial and it works
with NoteTab as advertised in WinXP. The free lite version since 6.5
supports NoteTab integration. I uninstalled the Trial version and Installed
the lite version, 10.00.10. The main difference is that the full version of
CSE can do accessiblity and other types of validation. I will also check it
I also checked Tidy and it still works, which I knew already, but for
completeness related to the ntb-HTML list. FYI - The 32-bit Windows version
is here: http://www.paehl.com/open_source/?HTML_Tidy_for_Windows and the
64-bit windows version is here: http://int64.org/projects/tidy-binaries. For
both, you want the EXE, not the DLL. I will also check it on Linux.
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