UltraEdit prior v11.00 uses original Htmltidy.dll from Dave Raggett
which must be downloaded and copied manually into the UltraEdit program directory. Well, currently latest version 16.00 of UltraEdit and all previous versions still support this DLL by command RunHTMLTidy
which can be used via a hotkey, see key mapping configuration. This (old) version of HTMLTidy requires creating a configuration file manually which must be specified by editing uedit32.ini manually and inserting the lineHtml Tidy Config File=Full name with path of the manually created configuration file for HTML Tidy
under section [Settings]
Starting with UltraEdit v11.00 the HTML Tidy support has been improved by using tidylib.dll
from the SourceForge HTML Tidy project
. The DLL is automatically installed with UltraEdit. And the user can configure the options directly in UltraEdit or use a manually created configuration file. From UE v11.20 to v15.20 tidylib.dll
is HTML Tidy for Windows vers 12 April 2005.
With UltraEdit v16.00 and UEStudio v22.214.171.1244 the name of the DLL changed. Instead of tidylib.dll
is installed during installation of UltraEdit/UEStudio into the UltraEdit/UEStudio program directory and is used by UltraEdit/UEStudio. libtidy.dll
of UE v16.00 and UES v126.96.36.1994 is HTML Tidy for Windows vers 25 March 2009.
To answer finally your question: Rename tidylib.dll
in the program directory of your UE v14.20 for example to tidylib_bak.dll
and copy latest version or German version into the program directory of UltraEdit with the name tidylib.dll
. Then test if you can use that DLL from within UltraEdit by executing HTML Tidy. When it works, fine, otherwise you are out of luck and better use the command line version of HTML Tidy via a user tool.