Saturday, January 31, 2004

Very Interesting - more on OneNote blogging trials

Saturday, January 31, 2004

5:25 PM

 

So, this is cool - it basically works. I do see that the .one file is not properly attached, and unfortunately I can't figure a way for OneNote to make a selection of text hyperlinked. Instead it just lets you paste the link in (which it then links correctly: http://www.greghughes.net/rant/default.aspx).

 

So I guess I should try to paste an image in, see what that looks like. After all, if you're gonna blog from OneNote, might as well take it to the next level, eh?

 

 

(I should probably leave here soon, since Tim's waiting for me in Seattle, hahahah… Nah, blogging is more important… :) )

 

Handwriting too eh? NIFTY!

 

So - for those of you wishing you could blog from OneNote - You can!

 

More to come later - need to try voice recordings/annotations, make the .one files actually work (probably a dasBlog or a server MIME type change, I would guess), and figure out how to hyperlink text somehow. Oh and see how things like highlighting text and stuff comes out.

 

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Saturday, January 31, 2004 5:41:34 PM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Monday, March 01, 2004 3:17:45 PM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
A way to be able to add hyperlinks to your dasBlog post that was created with oneNote could be to think of a standard syntax you would type in in OneNote like:
[a href=http://somethingtolink.com]This is the text I want hyperlinked[/a].
and next letting the dasBlog regex parser transform this to a real hyperlink by replacing the straight brackets with HTML ones.

I haven't tried this myself. But will let you know if I get it to work.
Monday, March 01, 2004 8:11:59 PM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Interesting idea... I'd also like to be able to do the hyperlinking in OneNote (for non-blog entries) though...

Let me know if you figure something out. :-)
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