rwstout
I am documenten html-pages. In the note I sometimes put a copy of the html-code.

I found that when I copy/paste a thought with such a note, the html-tekst (1st picture) is not pasted, but is replaced by script symbols (2nd pic) that force me to click on them in order to read the scripts (3rd pic).

I there a way to keep the full text in pasted notes?

René Stout
Tiendeveen, The Netherlands

TheBrain 7
J-1.7.0
Windows7 Home Premium / Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
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zenrain
For html code (or any code for that matter) it's usually best to paste it to a text file and attach that. See this thread for more information.


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J-1.6.0_22
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rwstout
Thanks, I'll have a look at WikiPad.
René Stout
Tiendeveen, The Netherlands

TheBrain 7
J-1.7.0
Windows7 Home Premium / Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
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rhodes
WikidPad. Nice little app that you can run in conjunction with PB since its files are so small.
Alan Rhodes
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rwstout
I tried WikidPAd. Nice, but it has a drawback: it generates too many WikiWords. Every function or variable results in a WikiWord. I now use the built in text document attachment builder. It works fine for me.
René Stout
Tiendeveen, The Netherlands

TheBrain 7
J-1.7.0
Windows7 Home Premium / Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
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