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HTML Export

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Howdy.

Been using InitTool again and loving the HTML export.

One request, however.

I tend to use this to paste into an existing post on a forum (I export to clipboard). The HTML, and BODY tags (and the tags in the header area) don't work well in that situation. Would it be possible to place the style settings inline instead of outside the body area? Basically I have to strip out everything except the stuff between the body tags. But I'd love to keep the style formatting.

I certainly don't want this done just for me, so if anyone else would find this useful, please speak up here.

Thanks!

Jeff
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Re: HTML Export

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Steel Rat wrote:Howdy.

Been using InitTool again and loving the HTML export.

One request, however.

I tend to use this to paste into an existing post on a forum (I export to clipboard). The HTML, and BODY tags (and the tags in the header area) don't work well in that situation. Would it be possible to place the style settings inline instead of outside the body area? Basically I have to strip out everything except the stuff between the body tags. But I'd love to keep the style formatting.

I certainly don't want this done just for me, so if anyone else would find this useful, please speak up here.

Thanks!

Jeff


Sure, would be a nice option, though I would prefer it to be just that, an option. Having inline css can really make for file bloat depending how much formatting there is (which I don't know.)

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Re: HTML Export

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jfrazierjr wrote:Sure, would be a nice option, though I would prefer it to be just that, an option. Having inline css can really make for file bloat depending how much formatting there is (which I don't know.)

Joe


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