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klbollwahn
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Amaya and NoteTab Light

Two applications that would make my life much easier would be:

Amaya - the W3C's XHTML brower/editor.
Link at http://www.w3.org/Amaya/

NoteTab Light - a very nice text editor that works great for HTML and CSS files. Link at http://www.notetab.com/ntl.php

Both are freeware and very useful.

Thanks

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I'm looking into doing a

I'm looking into doing a portable Amaya, but we can't do NoteTab Light, it's not opensource...

OTBSoft ::Thinking Outside The Box::

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Actually

we could discuss with the authors if it was necessary.
I doubt they would give permission though.
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NoteTab - great proggy!

NoteTab is a great text editor - been using it for years.
It's also fairly portable as is - just install and copy the folder to your flashdrive, then uninstall. No worries, mate.

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WinPenPack.com

A portable version of Amaya, X-Amaya is already available on WinPenPack.com

Browse in the menu: Download --> X-Software --> Web-Programming

klbollwahn
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Thank You!

Both these suggestions work like a dream.

Thanks so much.

K L Bollwahn

K L Bollwahn

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One possible caveat:

One other note on NoteTab:

The latest free version (v4.95) seems to be an exception to the rule I posted above - I noticed that when I copied it elsewhere and then uninstalled it, SOMEhow the uninstall routine managed to FIND the extra copy and deleted IT, *also*!!!...
Wtf?...

I solved this prob by going back to an earlier version, namely version 4.82 - which does NOT do this. (Of course, YMMV...)
Feature-wise, 4.82 has no noticeable differences to me - I only use NTab to do textfile work, not for HTML coding or anything else fancy. Unfortunately, NoteTab's homesite doesn't offer older versions, but you can Google for it and find a few places on the web to DL version 4.82 from. Try this one for starters:

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22NoteTab%22+%2B%224.82%22+%2Bdownload&h...

Btw, I advise you to check into the power of NoteTab's "Clipbook" feature... I use it to store libraries of boilerplate text chunks, phrases, salutations, headers, etc. that I commonly insert into different types of files (cover letters for resumes, HTML tags for when I'm posting to a message board, etc.)
This feature is a HUGE timesaver, not to mention saving your hands on typing stuff - just double-click on an entry, and it inserts the text chunk/HTMLtag/whatever right at the cursorpoint!!!

Solamente por la gracia de Dios,

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