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From: "Jo Thiessen" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 20:30:18 -0400
I use HotDog. I have a 4.56 and a 5.something, but I use the older version
most often - maybe I just like it 'cause I've used it for more than 3 years
and am used to it. The first one I used was downloaded on a 30 day trial
that self destructed. Then I bought a 200 series which I used for a long
time - till I got Windows 95 and could upgrade to the fancier version. The
500 series has PaintShop Pro built in. The 4.56 uses some of the same
files as Family Tree Maker, so I get error messages, but they both still
work. One of the reasons I like HotDog is the hot wired commands, such as
<P> and <BR> and the ease of making targets - without having to think!
I can't see why Y2K would have anything to do with HotDog not working.
> From: sherry kline <>
> Subject: Re: RootsWeb-Help-D Digest V99 #248
> Date: Tuesday, July 20, 1999 4:14 PM
> RE: EditPad and NoteTab
> Hi! You can find the EditPad at Tucows:
> And, I apologize to Mac users, it has been several months since I
> it, so I can't tell you if it will run on Mac's.
> Having said that, I'm "running off" to download NoteTab!! If I like it
> better than EditPad, I'll use it instead. Do any of you use HTML
> like HotDog, that will tell you if your code isn't "right"?
> I have played with several for the 30 days, and unfortunately, like
> something about each one that seems to be only on that one. I put HotDog
> my wish list, but haven't sprung for it yet! Been a little afraid to buy
> expensive software till I knew what the "fallout" would be after Jan. 1.
> Don't want to pay $200 for a program that doesn't work after the Y2K.
> Any insights?
> Sherry Kline
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