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    HTML-Kit

    Has anyone else found HTML-Kit helpful. I think it is fantastic, and the implementation of Dave Raggett's Tidy is great! I like double clicking a warning or error in the message window, and having the cursor jump to the location the error occurs. Having a spell check and thesaurus is also wonderful. The price, free so far as of this date, is also a real bonus.

    It is great for text files as well as HTML documents.
    Find it at Chami

    fwiw

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    Re: HTML-Kit

    I have not used HTML Kit.

    I use Tidy, itself, thru my Send To menu.

    And I have a shortcut to TidyGUI on my desktop.

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    Re: HTML-Kit

    Hi Tom:

    Downloaded the kit and some of the plugins at your recc. It is definitely great and more than worth the price.[img]/w3timages/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Learning curve was about 2 hours for productive use. The Tidy implementation is as said, particularly once you Edit|Preferences|Tidy to get things the way you want.

    Tx for the recc.

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    Re: HTML-Kit

    <welcome>You Are</welcome>

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    Re: HTML-Kit

    Just a few more notes.

    Still find the Kit to be a very good product, particularly with the clean integration of KeyWord lookup and things like TMCSS for style sheet authoring. Great when you are not sure which options you want to use.

    But, when I know what I want to do, particularly when I want to make quick changes to a lot of code. I go back to NoteTab. eg. Switch everything to use a linked style sheet.

    Sometimes you just want a lean tool, sometimes you want all the bells and whistles you can find. Nice to have both.

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