|Haerdalis||09/29/2005 08:07 pm|
|I have a small question.. Lately I`ve encountered some websites which do not use
any extensions on their html files at all, and as such the files is stored that way with OE..
The problem is, if you outside OE try to open the files, then these obviously won`t
have an associated program to run them with..
Do you have a suggestion to how to add .html (or similar) to the resulting filename (when
it is saved)? I tried to use the URL substitutes, but before you can substitute something, you`ll
need to have something to replace.. which, in these cases you really do not have..
example of html url: http://userjs.org/help/tutorials/overriding-variables
This is a file, and not a directory..
Quite easy to replace the above, since it`s only one.. But when you`ll encounter hundreds+, then
it`s another matter..
Could it be a suggestion for the next version? i.e a possibility to append text when missing
or a add .html extension when no extension exists option, or something like that.. maybe optionally regex based..
|Oleg Chernavin||09/30/2005 01:15 am|
|This is easy to do. Please use the File | Export feature and allow to add standard extensions.
|Haerdalis||09/30/2005 01:47 am|
|> This is easy to do. Please use the File | Export feature and allow to add standard extensions.
That easy?? Hmm, I tend not to use export at all, possibly that`s why I didn`t find it.. Except for creating chm`s on occations..
|Oleg Chernavin||09/30/2005 01:53 am|
|I understand, but Export is the only way so far.