Re: [NH] html > pdf and relative path
- Adrien Verlee wrote:
> Able to open files from the pdf, when the pdf is mailed, ftp-ed, etc.The problem with relative files is: relative to what exactly?
I have just opened an index.htm of mine with many links to files in the
same directory and saved that as a PDF onto another partition. All the
relative links were correctly and automatically converted to fully
qualified ones like
<file:///F:/Webspace/berger-odenthal.de/aktuell/a-010428.htm>. All fully
qualified links to some http:// were preserved verbatim and work. This
is all one can ask for but no use when mailing the PDF. I have tried
opening the same file from my server through http:// and ftp:// but
OpenOffice seems unable to do that.
So it seems the solution must be to convert all relative links to fully
qualified ones pointing to your server, an extra step but a simple one
in NoteTab. I agree that a conversion from relative to a configurable
absolute path in OpenOffice export would be nice to have, but the one
extra step is not that bad, is it?
- Op 24-jul-10, om 19:38 heeft Axel Berger het volgende geschreven:
> qualified links to some http:// were preserved verbatim and work. Thishttp://www.web2pdfconvert.com/ can do it right. Links, footnotes,
> is all one can ask for but no use when mailing the PDF. I have tried
> opening the same file from my server through http:// and ftp:// but
> OpenOffice seems unable to do that.
So, chance there is that a program exist that it does also
I assume the links in the first place
and download php and install "php-5.2.0-win32-installer" and that is it ,use
the plugin .
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrien Verlee" <adrien.verlee@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 25, 2010 2:43 AM
Subject: Re: [NH] html > pdf and relative path
> Op 24-jul-10, om 17:32 heeft Dave het volgende geschreven:
>> have you had a look at the notetab clip library NTP2FPDF
> I looked now. Seems to be a 'php-thing'. I do not do or have php.
> Fookes Software: http://www.fookes.com/
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