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Livejournal knows all. [Jun. 15th, 2005|02:46 am]
Kake
1) What's the music on the Carte d'Or advert?

2) Is there anywhere online that I can paste in or upload a large RTF file and get back either decently-formatted (line-wrapped) plain text, or HTML?
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[User Picture]From: truecatachresis
2005-06-15 06:50 am (UTC)
1) A site that might be useful in the future is http://www.whatsthattune.co.uk/ - unfortunately, they don't seem to be able to help in this particular case, and nor can I.

2) Don't know, sorry.
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From: mzdt
2005-06-15 06:54 am (UTC)
evil Word will [open as rtf and] save as html - I've used it for simple documentation at work a while ago
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[User Picture]From: vashti
2005-06-15 07:00 am (UTC)
Debian has an unrtf package listed, is that any use?
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[User Picture]From: imc
2005-06-15 09:23 am (UTC)
GNU UnRTF — it was abandoned for a while, but someone seems to have picked it up again.
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[User Picture]From: _nicolai_
2005-06-15 07:43 am (UTC)
Not online, but OpenOffice will load RTF and save HTML or text.
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From: hatter
2005-06-15 09:11 am (UTC)
Another often-useful, but not useful in this case, is http://www.commercialbreaksandbeats.co.uk/ Check back there in a few days if you don't find out earlier - and if you do, you should probably submit it.


the hatter
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