|Speng||10/23/2005 03:33 pm|
|When exporting a page to MHT, is it necessary to use base64 encoding? Also, would it be possible to change the Subject into the page`s title? It would be nice if the header could be customized. Thanks.|
|Oleg Chernavin||10/23/2005 04:57 pm|
|OK. I will change the subject to reflect the Project Title. It will be quite easy to do.
BASE64 encoding is useful because it is a universal way to make all texts and binary files compatible with MHT format, which limits the symbols that can be used.
What kind of header customization do you need?
|Speng||10/29/2005 06:08 pm|
|Thanks for the quick reply. Sorry I couldn`t respond sooner.
I am not sure if we are thinking the same thing when you say the Project Title. Just to make sure, what I mean is that this page`s title (on the browser) is called "MetaProducts Inquiry: MHT Export ..." When I save it as MHT, I would like it to be called that instead of what it currently is, which is "news."
I was just wondering about BASE64 as I noticed that when saving in MHT from Internet Explorer, they use something called "quoted-printable" which is composed of words and is readable, unlike BASE64.
The only other customization is the "From:" section in the header, which would just be a plus.
|Oleg Chernavin||10/30/2005 12:15 pm|
|I am sorry - I mixed up the products and made the improvement in Offline Explorer. We will make the subject change in Inquiry. Regarding From: field - do you want to have your E-mail address to be entered there automatically?
|Speng||10/31/2005 08:04 pm|
|Thanks for the acknowledgement. Ideally, it would be nice to be able to change the From: field manually, but I understand that making the changes isn`t entirely necessary. You can leave it as it is if that`s the case, what`s more important is the subject field. Thanks again.|
|Oleg Chernavin||11/01/2005 12:18 pm|
|Yes, we will try to make this subject change in the next version of Inquiry.