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 Post subject: The ANSI version
PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 10:41 pm 
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Table2CSS fans,
After downloading, installing, and opening table2CSS, an error message (ATL80.DLL) appears asking me to instal the ANSI version. Where is the link for installing the ANSI version ?

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Roger


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 Post subject: Re: The ANSI version
PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 11:36 pm 
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Roger wrote:
Table2CSS fans,
After downloading, installing, and opening table2CSS, an error message (ATL80.DLL) appears asking me to instal the ANSI version. Where is the link for installing the ANSI version ?

Thanks,

Roger


Hi Roger,
On which version of Windows did you try Table2CSS?

Actually there is no ANSI version - the program needs to use UNICODE in order to handle correctly different character sets in web pages.

However the error that you observed shouldn't happen in the first place. So I am curious - on what Windows did you see that error?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 3:20 am 
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Vesselin,

Windows ME.

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Hi Roger,
Unfortunately Table2CSS is not supported on Windows 9x/ME, because these systems lack Unicode support and as I mentioned earlier giving up Unicode support would essentially mean incorrect conversion of any pages that have non-standard character sets.


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Vesselin,
I've been putting off getting a new OS for a long while because the earlier OSs are much less targeted by viruses, but over the last 5 years, fewer people are intersted in trashing computers (viruses) as they are stealing from them (trojans). Since I don't store any important information on my computer, I should be alright with XP.
Anyway, I look forward to trying your software this week.

Roger


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