Re: [NH] colored HTML tagsin NoteTab Lite?
- NoteTab Pro has HTML syntax highlighting.
Peggy Gittins wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a first time user of NoteTab Lite and was wondering whether NTL
> (when writing HTML code) colors the tags green and reds, etc like VB
> It would be much easier to read the HTML. Do the other versions of
> Note Tab do it? or does this version do it and I'm just being a bit
> Great product other than that so far.
> Many thanks
> Moss Qureshi (using peggy gittins' - my boss's e-mail !)
- Larry Hamilton wrote:
> NoteTab Pro has HTML syntax highlighting.Doesn't Lite have highlighting during the 30 day test period?
Here's the help file text:
Freeware and Trial Versions
NoteTab Light is the freeware version. Unlike the commercial version, it
does not have a spell checker or thesaurus. The new Clipbar feature
(user-made toolbars) is not available either. Furthermore it only lets
you read outline documents and EBCDIC files, customize menu shortcuts,
and the Search Disk tool does not provide the Replace feature. When you
install NoteTab Light for the first time, it will ask you if you want to
try some of the commercial features. If you answer yes, you will have
access to all the outline editing commands and the Replace option for
the Search Disk tool will be available. If you answer no, you can always
change your mind later on by choosing the View | Commercial Features
menu command. Once enabled, these extra features are available for one
month. After that period, NoteTab Light simply reverts to its original
state. If you purchase the commercial version, you can install it over
the freeware version and preserve all your settings.
NoteTab Pro (Trial)
The NoteTab Pro trial version, which is freely available for
downloading, has all the features of the commercial version except for
the spell checker and the thesaurus, which are not included. The trial
version is time limited and will stop working about one month after the
moment it was first installed. The program can be uninstalled after the
trial period or you can still use it to connect to the order form on the
Web. If you purchase the commercial version, you can install it over the
trial version and preserve all your settings.
Doesn't mention syntax highlighting, though ...
- Rudolf Horbas wrote:
> Larry Hamilton wrote:During the NoteTab Lite Trial period, it acts like Standard.
>> NoteTab Pro has HTML syntax highlighting.
> Doesn't Lite have highlighting during the 30 day test period?
Of course, the Pro trial has syntax highlighting.