Re: [NH] html tidy
NoteTab's Help says:
"If you want more control over the settings, you can create a
configuration file for Tidy, which you should save in the NoteTab
folder with the name Tidy.cfg"
> There was also a tidy.cfg file which is simply a text
> file that you can adjust manually. I am unsure how to
> get tidy.exe to use that file however.
- Hi hrs,
> I just scanned NotePro.ini and saw no references I think will work forYou misunderstand! I wasn't saying that notepro.ini had references to
> tidy.cfg. Tidy, I believe, comes out of the box with a few 'default'
> parameters built-in, I think this is a probable source for, at least,
> some of the configuration NoteTab uses.
tify.cfg, I was saying that I understood that NoteTab calls tidy.exe with
command line parameters determined by settings held by NoteTab.
tidy.cfg is not a required file. My system doesn't have one. It's just a
way of automatically setting a complex set tidy command line switches.
I have now looked again at the references to HTMLTidy in NoteTab Help. The
key sentence is:
"NoteTab will try to determine the best switches based on the active
document type and the HTML Tag option settings."
That's why I referred to notepro.ini, since those settings will happen to be
I did once ask Eric, through a post here, what that cryptic message actually
meant, the first time I ran into the problem of lack of tidying to lower
case tags and no indentation, but he didn't pick up on the post.