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Re: [NH] Re: Suggestion for contextual editing of HTML pages in Note Tab

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  • Scott Fordin
    FWIW, you can also use X-Setup from Xteq Systems (http://www.xteq.com) to set up a context menu entry for NoteTab (or any other application). X-Setup is a free
    Message 1 of 11 , Sep 3, 2000
      FWIW, you can also use X-Setup from Xteq Systems (http://www.xteq.com)
      to set up a context menu entry for NoteTab (or any other application).

      X-Setup is a free tool that lets you configure all sorts of things in
      your Windows environment, a la PowerToys, but much more powerful.

      Scott

      At 07:56 PM 9/3/00 -0500, Jody wrote:
      > >>If you have NoteTab on the Taskbar you can also drag/drop to it
      > >>without a limit (considering resources) which is actually the
      > >>same as dragging into a Normal size window.
      > >
      > >Thanks a bunch! A new thing for me too! I can not only drag
      > >icons to it from explorer but my V File Viewer programs allow me
      > >to drop icons on it from them also. Wow!
      >
      >Any program that does drag/drop should work. Windows is the one
      >bringing the program to the front. If you "Normal" any window
      >(or resize) and mark it to stay on top you can bypass the time it
      >takes for Windows see your cursor on the Taskbar with files. Just
      >mark NoteTab "Stay on Top" from the Program Icon on the Titlebar,
      >switch to Windows Explorer, then drag/drop the files. I thought
      >all that was common knowledge since *I* knew about it - I'm
      >usually the last one on the block to find out. ;)
      >
      >I just read your Eudora post. I see you are having fun with your
      >new toy. ;) Blame M$ for that one!-) Do you remember all those
      >years you were in Win95 - it's the same there too. ;->
      >
      >Happy HTML'n!
      >Jody
      >
      >http://www.sureword.com/notetab
      >
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    • Jody
      Hi Larry ... Yes, the Quick Launch as well. ;) Too bad we can t drop in the Tray. :( Happy HTML n! Jody http://www.sureword.com/notetab The NoteTab and Html
      Message 2 of 11 , Sep 3, 2000
        Hi Larry

        >I already knew about the drag and drop stuff but what I somehow
        >missed was that you could use the taskbar quick launch area.

        Yes, the Quick Launch as well. ;) Too bad we can't drop in the Tray. :(


        Happy HTML'n!
        Jody

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      • Adrian/ Rosemary Worsfold
        04/09/00 15:41:58 Worsfold s solution is updated. If you try a hyperlink find within an existing document, you still get a funny relative link to a web page
        Message 3 of 11 , Sep 4, 2000
          04/09/00 15:41:58

          Worsfold's solution is updated. If you try a hyperlink find within an existing document,
          you still get a funny relative link to a web page kept in another folder with the word "file"
          inserted and % signs etc.. Also in an existing html document it inserts and I lose control
          over the tagged text that surrounds the pathway. But if it is a new document, you get a
          clear description of the folders and files pathway which I can convert to my own web
          pages as if on line. So I have this solution, first one for a simple html link and then one
          with an image:

          It below means I open a new document, set up the text and use a keyboard shortcut to
          get the pathway via an open files. I then convert the pathway it gives to the online
          pathway according to the servers I use. Notice that I do not know how to get back
          automatically to the existing document I was in, I just click its tab (if it goes to the wrong
          document when the new one closes) and use Control and V to paste the ready copied
          link.

          H="Hyperlink find"
          ^!ToolBar New Document
          <a href="
          ^!Keyboard Shift+Ctrl+F5
          ">

          ^!ToolBar Select All
          ^!If ^$GetSelSize$ < 3 End
          ^!Set %Text%=^$GetSelection$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My
          Uploads\Freeserve\";"http://www.worsfold98.freeserve.co.uk/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My Uploads\FreeUK
          Plural\";"http://www.plural.freeuk.com/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My Uploads\FreeUK
          Change\";"http://www.change.freeuk.com/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My Uploads\FreeUK
          Renew\";"http://www.renew.freeuk.com/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("\";"/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!InsertText ^%Text%

          ^!Toolbar Copy All

          NOW RETURN TO THE HTML DOCUMENT
          NO NEED TO SAVE THIS DOCUMENT
          SELECT THE POSITION AND USE CONTROL AND V

          ^!Keyboard Ctrl+F4


          This one below does the same but for an image too, and despite appearances from the
          code you do first give the target and image attributes, before then going to find the html
          file and then the image the web page visitor will click on. Again I don't know how to
          return automatically to the original document to paste in the result, but I do it simply
          enough myself and just paste.

          H="Hyperlink & image"
          ^!Continue Give the target and image attributes. When done, first open the HTML file to
          link to and secondly open the IMAGE to display. Then paste into document. Continue?

          ^!ToolBar New Document
          <a href="
          ^!Keyboard Shift+Ctrl+F5
          " ^?[(T=C)Target: Where you would like the frame to be opened= _open in the window
          that contains the link^=| _parent - Open in the window that contains the current
          frameset^=target="_parent"| _top - Open in the current window breaking out of all
          frames^=target="_top"| _blank - Open in a new window^=target="_blank"]><img src="
          ^!Keyboard Shift+Ctrl+F5
          " alt="^?[Description of Image=^&]" border="^?[Choose 0 (No Border) or 1
          (Border)=_0|1]" ></a>

          ^!ToolBar Select All
          ^!If ^$GetSelSize$ < 3 End
          ^!Set %Text%=^$GetSelection$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My
          Uploads\Freeserve\";"http://www.worsfold98.freeserve.co.uk/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My Uploads\FreeUK
          Plural\";"http://www.plural.freeuk.com/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My Uploads\FreeUK
          Change\";"http://www.change.freeuk.com/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("C:\My Uploads\FreeUK
          Renew\";"http://www.renew.freeuk.com/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!Set %Text%=^$StrReplace("\";"/";"^%Text%";No;No)$
          ^!InsertText ^%Text%

          ^!Toolbar Copy All

          NOW RETURN TO THE HTML DOCUMENT
          NO NEED TO SAVE THIS DOCUMENT
          SELECT THE POSITION AND USE CONTROL AND V

          ^!Keyboard Ctrl+F4



          Adrian Worsfold

          web: http://www.pluralist.co.uk
          email: adrian@...
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