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Libreoffice (and probably OpenOffice) can do this. libreoffice --headless --convert-to doc FILENAME.html For more details: man libreoffice


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Instead of using Chrome directly, you could use a .bat file. Below is one version of such a .bat file that should be executed in Notepadd++ like this : "path\to\file.bat" "$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)" For Windows, where the document root is in C:\inetpub\wwwroot, the .bat file is : @echo off set "param=%~1" set ...


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Python Solution With Np++ plugins even miracles can be achieved. I wrote a simple Np++ Python Script that achieves exactly this functionality. This solution only requires Notepad++ and the PythonScript plugin. Install Python Script from Plugins > Plugin Manager Plugins > Python Script > New Script Name it "OpenInBrowser.py" (for example) and paste the ...


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Node.js Solution Based on @harrymc's first comment, I ported the PHP workaround to my Node server. 1° In Notepad++: Change the <Command> content in the file shortcuts.xml (you can find it under the folder %appdata%/Notepad++), for example: chrome http://localhost:8080/npp?path=$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH) 2° In Node.js: Add a route in the server ...


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As of the current version of Notepad++ 6.9.1, the problem with the files in sub-folders path in a web-server has not been fixed yet. The only variable for files path is $(FULL_CURRENT_PATH). Check: Configuring Notepad++ to run php on localhost. Maybe this issue will be fixed in the future releases of Notepad++.


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You can't ever stop someone doing this, so don't try to. Instead think of providing the same details in other forms - an email directly to the parent, a letter (the student could still copy/replicate the letter but it's a lot more work to do so), published grades at the school, etc. In fact, a nice complicated printed certificate wouldn't cost much to ...


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Chrome browser allows to emulate other media in Dev Tools (more tools -> rendering settings).


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You can increase the pandoc's default stack size using +RTS -Ksize -RTS in your command as follows: pandoc +RTS -K100000000 -RTS run_faster.html -f html -t mediawiki -s -o This will increase pandoc's stack size from 16,777,216 bytes to 100,000,000 bytes. If you get the same error try again with a larger stack size. If you get a different error then ...


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It really depends on a lot of things. What do you use to view the email with and is your pc's security up-to-date? Have you installed all relative updates? If an email has malicious code attached in it that abuses a security flaw it is possible for a virus to be downloaded and installed by just viewing the email. If your system is up-to-date with a recent ...


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If the body of the email is HTML then it depends on your email client. In the old days, we used to use Javascript when sending HTML newsletters and (from memory) MS Outlook 2000 (or prior) who accept it. I know MS Outlook (desktop), Thunderbird, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook.com (I think pretty much all the big players) will prevent any javascript from executing ...



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