AyelaNewLife Posted May 20, 2020 Share Posted May 20, 2020 I'm fully aware that the following post is going to sound like peak technophobe-boomer vagueness. I'm just gonna own it, and say that I was distracted and a little bit tired and ordinarily would have been able to figure this out myself, but the below is going to sound like drivel. Soz. I was viewing a full perm notecard last night, using the Firestorm viewer. It's full perm, thus I was editing the contents in the viewer as normal. I hit a button - my hazy memory tells me there's a huge "Edit" button on the notecard reader/editor screen, but I wouldn't want to put money on that - and this notecard opened in Notepad. The file name was an extensive string of characters, I believe broken up into chunks separated by hyphens? My assumption was that this file was buried in AppData somewhere, but I didn't look to check. I was able to edit the notecard in Notepad, and the saved changes were pushed to the viewer's notecard. Is it a) possible, and b) plausible to edit a saved notecard outside the viewer, without logging in? And if so, how do I (intentionally) do this? Or am I just borderline-crazy (it's possible)? I'd look myself, but this morning I checked my work inbox and immediately started comparing the width of my shoulders to how far the window opened, so... 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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