XRefHT32 - HTML viewer window
This XRefHT32 window allows you to view HTML files;
specifically, files that you have created
or files that you wish to index using XRefHT32.
The viewer occupies most of the window.
This viewer uses Delphi's NEWT Intranet HTML ActiveX control,
which does not support some newer HTML features,
A few servers also behave in an unfriendly fashion
For pages using frames or on problem servers,
you may need to open an external viewer,
such as Netscape Navigator.
Just above the viewer and below the menu bar
is a read-only memo box,
which will contain the text of the title
and any "keywords" and "description" meta tags
of the file being viewed.
This function allows you to open a local or network file for viewing.
This function allows you to open a file on an HTTP server for viewing.
This function allows you to save the HTML file being viewed
on a local or network device
using a name that you choose.
This function copies the selected text in the viewer
to the clipboard.
(To copy the selected text from the title-keywords-description memo box,
you can right click on the memo box and select "Copy".)
Only the mouse is available to select text in the viewer.
A bug in the NEWT Intranet HTML ActiveX control
apparently prevents most appropriate responses
by the software to key presses.
This function copies the entire HTML source
to the clipboard.
This function inserts a new item in the list
in XRefHT32's main window
with the heading derived from the text selected in the viewer,
and with the URL of the file being viewed.
(If "Title as subhead" is checked in the main XRefHT32 menu,
the title will included as the subheading.)
Right clicking in the HTML file view with the mouse
has the same effect,
as does the "Insert item" function
in the main window.
(To insert a new item in the list
for the selected text in the title-keywords-description memo box,
you can right click on the memo box
and select "Insert entry".)
When this menu item is checked,
the HTML source code appears in the viewer
instead of the formatted display.
This function focuses XRefHT32's main window.
Last updated February 6, 2008, by