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Using your local copy of aTbRef (Read 3636 times)
Mark Anderson
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Using your local copy of aTbRef
Oct 27th, 2010, 9:29am
If you're one of those who download and export aTbRef for local HTML use and you have an iPad, then you might like this tip I got in an email from a fellow user:

BTW, a very good offline use of the [aTbref] site, once exported to one's local folder, is to copy it all over to a folder in GoodReader on the iPad where it can be browsed there as an off-line site.  (I use PadSync to copy the folder to GoodReader.)  You might want to pass that tip on to others.

Also, on his Mac he uses Fluid to make a site specific browser for aTbRef. Basically this make a browser applet that is tied to viewing one site, in effect the HTML content becomes an applet that can be quickly accessed from the Dock, menu bar, etc.
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