P.S. An idea has suddenly
occurred to me. Unipad text files (.UTX) can be sent as attachments and
opened using Unipad. They are not bug-infested like some MS products, and
(being just text files) are very small. Could be ideal for sending larger
amounts of transcription or any other "special" text. Please check if the
one enclosed with this posting opens
In MS Outlook Express, the attachment successfully opens in unipad. Unipad
does generate a prompt. You have to 'reload' as UTF-8 for it to successfully
open. I did this several times, and each time you get the prompt. I don't know
how to configure things to make this the default.
Using Netscape 4.7 at the web site, I cannot open it. I believe you have to
define a new extension for NS. I attempted to do this:
file extension = utf
At this point, moving to the next field brought up the SCI
data in the box. Netscape demanded a mime type, and here I was thwarted. What am
I supposed to put here?