Re: [NH] HTML Conversion Problem
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Marcelo de Castro Bastos
> On 31/10/2004 14:05, sudsypooch invited the wrath of the gods by saying:problem
> > > As for the conversion problem, it's a (known) Notetab bug which
> > > supposedly will be fixed in Notetab 5.0. The way I deal with it
> > is
> > > using a clip script that "fixes" the wrong characters right after
> > > invoking the convert-to-HTML function -- replacing rdquo for
> > rsquo,
> > > rsquo for acute, and so forth.
> > >
> > Thank-you, Marcelo. I was afraid it was something like that.
> > I don't normally insert character codes unless it's for a symbol
> > that's not available on a standard keyboard. (such as the "cent" sign
> > or accented letters).
> > BTW, do you know if the clip script "fix" that you mentioned is
> > available in one of the many NoteTab libraries that are available? Or
> > should I try to cobble something together myself. (I've tinkered with
> > some simple scripts, so I might be able to struggle through it. But
> > I'm sure it would be quite a learning curve for me as well.)
> Well, I did this one myself. It's quite simple, really -- it just
> invokes the "Convert to HTML" and then proceeds to replace the
> characters with their approved versions. I could send it to you, butOK, thanks again!
> my version uses named character entities, and from the description of
> your problems, that probably won't work well for you. You can cobble
> easily your own version (using numbered entities), using as reference
> the W3C character entities specification, at:
> Marcelo de Castro Bastos
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