Sunday, September 14, 2008

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Contemplating the next Build 52


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  1. Is there an html publishing program that works with ink? I want to create an entire html page, not post to a blog. Currently, I use FastStone Capture to make a OneNote page into a single image, then add links using Build52 (which is a great tool, BTW. Thanks).

    By Blogger wyngo, at 9/15/2008 09:10:00 AM
     

  2. Check out the ink blog plug-in for Windows Live Writer.
    http://edholloway.com/archive/2007/05/30/New-Version-of-MS-Windows-Live-Writer.aspx

    This allows you to ink directly in Windows Live Writer, which you can post directly to your blog. It also includes text conversion, but not Links in Ink, though you can run it through Build 52 afterward and re-post.

    By Blogger Sumocat, at 9/15/2008 11:50:00 AM
     

  3. I installed WLW, but I can't find how I would use it to create a static homepage instead of posting to a blog. Is there a way or another alternative?

    By Blogger wyngo, at 9/16/2008 10:09:00 AM
     

  4. Mea culpa. I read your comment then flipped what you wrote. Yes, for HTML, not necessarily blog entries, WLW is obviously not the ideal choice.

    For creating HTML, the trick with ink is that it must be converted to image(s) before hand. This can be done piecemeal easily enough, but I don't know of a web editor that incorporates ink. MS Word 2007 converts ink to svg when you save as HTML, but the results are clumsy, particularly when text and ink are combined. There is also the option to export OneNote to .mht, but .mht is supported primarily by IE.

    I should point out I'm probably not the best person to ask about web editors since I don't use one. I code everything in text. I used ink in previous blog templates, but the ink was done in pieces and assembled in a text editor.

    By Blogger Sumocat, at 9/16/2008 10:53:00 AM
     

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