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Thread poster: MikeWyvel
Mar 11, 2009

Hi there. Does anyone know what the algoraithm is that Settings Manager uses to mark a tag as external or internal in a .htm file? I'm building an automation tool to update a settings (.ini) file on the fly and I'm having problems determining just how to mimic this functionality.

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MikeWyvel wrote:

Hi there. Does anyone know what the algoraithm is that Settings Manager uses to mark a tag as external or internal in a .htm file? I'm building an automation tool to update a settings (.ini) file on the fly and I'm having problems determining just how to mimic this functionality.


Sorry, I don't understand what you're trying to achieve. The actual "algorithms" are proprietary, but whether an element gets marked as external or internal is controlled via the ini file.

For example, the element is listed as
Code:
Tag75=HTML:External,Other Attributes:version,dir,lang


in the default HTML settings.

Then again, since you're programming a tool to build such files, I guess you knew that already...?

Benjamin


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