HTML files don't display properly

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Mon Feb 20 11:01:19 EST 2006


Francis,

When you view the word exported html files in your browser try  
resizing the window really small and see if it messes up the lines.  
If so then that is because Word set them as dynamic resizing. I have  
had that happen. In your Rev field then the lines are wrong because  
the field is a different size.

Is that the case?

Tom


On Feb 20, 2006, at 6:14 AM, Francis Nugent Dixon wrote:

> Hi from Paris (it's not raining, but winter is dragging on !)
>
> I wanted to display my Song Lyrics in a stack, but Word files are
> "no go", so I did a batch convert on my Word folder (VINC is very
> useful !), and got perfect HTML files (24 point titles, bold text  
> where
> I want it, spacing OK, etc.). When I double-click these files and  
> display
> them with Explorer, they look fine (So far, so good !).
>
> I then display the lyrics in my stack :
>
> set the htmlText of field "MyLyricsField" to URL ("file:" &  
> GVLyricsFile)
>
> where GVLyricsFile is a valid full path file name
>
> What is displayed is unpredictable. All the lines are there, bold  
> text is OK,
> etc. I understand that I may lose some of the characteristics,  
> because of the
> properties of the field that I display in (24 point headers become  
> 12 point, etc.)
> but what bugs me most is the line spacing. Sometimes the lines are OK,
> sometimes they are all squeezed up, and are totally unreadable !
>
> What is doing this ? Can I remove the problem with scripting, or does
> it reside in the original Word or HTML files ?
>
> Thanks for any help.
>
> Francis
>
> "Nothing should ever be done for the first time ....... "
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