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Somtheing useful, I'd like....

I don't know if this product exists or not but I always thought it would be useful to have a program that stays loaded and by hitting a hotkey pops up and provides a little menu of HTML tags to be selected and popped into a document.

I use a lot of programs that take html but don't provide any toolbars of html tags to use.

Just a thought. If anyone knows of such a tool I'd be interested in knowing where to get it.

John Cesta

John Cesta
Friday, December 13, 2002

You should try out the NoteTapPro Editor from notetap.com. It has lists of almost everything a programmer need  alongside the edit window (and you can make your own lists if you want). You can use the editor part to hold templates and variables from CD too - besides it's a very handy editor which highligts code and let you view it in your browser. I use it every day.

Jorgen Brenting
Friday, December 13, 2002

I have that editor, I have most of them actually. I am currently using edit+2

What I want though is something that is independent of any program. So, no matter what program I am using I can access and use a full set of html codes.

John

John Cesta
Friday, December 13, 2002

There are several apps that do what you want. A recent one I tried was http://www.flashpeak.com/ushell/ushell.htm and another long-time favorite is http://www.pitrinec.com/pkindex.htm . They'll both probably do what you want, but you'll probably have to make the prompt lists yourself.

Alternatively, any app that supports global keyboard hooks could be taught to pop up a text list of whatever you like. There are even some freeware apps that do that. Your keyboard might have even come with one.

Troy King
Monday, December 16, 2002

Hi, you guys. I am author of FlashPeak UltimaShell. I'd like to let you know that I am planning to add support for html tag autocompletion very soon.

Web:http://www.flashpeak.com

Shanfeng Cheng
Sunday, December 22, 2002

email me when you have it!

John

John Cesta
Monday, December 23, 2002

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