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From MELindberg <webmas...@darkdezigns.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: What editor to edit config files with Windows XP?
Date Tue, 26 Apr 2005 16:57:16 GMT
I would recommend you use EditPad {lite or pro}. No control character 
issues.

BR
Myron Lindberg

Joost de Heer wrote:

>>When I edit my hosts, httpd, and other files, I use notepad. When I save
>>the
>>files, they become .txt files. Should I be using some other editor to
>>correctly save the files as other than .txt?
>>    
>>
>
>There's a dropdown box below the filename, called 'Save as type' when you
>save. Set this to 'all files', instead of 'text documents (*.txt)'. This
>should fix the automagically added .txt extension.
>
>Joost
>
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