Re: [NH] NoteTab Lite as default html editor
- under the help menu in notetab is a click for replace notepad or some such
that should handle it
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Weston" <adam_weston@...>
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2001 7:11 PM
Subject: [NH] NoteTab Lite as default html editor
> I would like to make NoteTab the editor that is used when clicking the
> "Edit" icon or selecting "View Source" in my browser.
> By adding a registry key and choosing NoteTab as the default HTML editor
> "Internet Options", I was able to get the "Edit" icon to open NoteTab, but
> the file is not displayed. "View Source" still opens Notepad.
> Has anyone had any luck with this?. I have NoteTab Light, Windows 2000 and
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- Hi Adam,
> I would like to make NoteTab the editor that is used whenYou can associate .txt files in NoteTab under View | Options |
> clicking the "Edit" icon or selecting "View Source" in my
> By adding a registry key and choosing NoteTab as the default
> HTML editor in "Internet Options", I was able to get the "Edit"
> icon to open NoteTab, but the file is not displayed. "View
> Source" still opens Notepad.
> Has anyone had any luck with this?. I have NoteTab Light,
> Windows 2000 and MSIE5.0
Associations. Look in the Utilities Library under the NoteTab
Shortcuts section for a Clip that will make NoteTab IE's editor.
If the Replace MS Notepad does not work, Jim Hall has done some
thorough testing and came up with a procedure for Win2000. Search
his name at yahoo group notetab.
This is from Help, Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I replace Notepad with this editor?
Yes! If NoteTab is correctly installed, you will find a command
called "Replace MS Notepad" under the Help menu. When you choose
that command, NoteTab will first rename Notepad by adding the
extension ".MS" to the program file. Then, it will copy a special
little program called NOTEPAD.STB to the Windows directory and
rename it NOTEPAD.EXE. Whenever this program is executed, it
launches NoteTab instead of Notepad. If you want to restore MS
Notepad after this operation, just use the command "Restore MS
Notepad", which is also available under the Help menu. Note that
this feature may not work properly under Windows 2000, XP, and ME,
due to the Windows File Protection (WFP) monitoring system, which
checks for changes to system files.
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