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|Attribute Data Type:||string|
|Attribute Default Value:||(not set - empty string)|
|Attribute Inherited from Preferences?||No|
Specifies a specific filename to be used for the note's exported HTML page. If left empty, Tinderbox automatically generates a filename based on the note's title.
Automatic filenames strip spaces, forward slash, backslash and colon, from the note title and truncate the resulting string to the number of characters set in HTMLFileNameMaxLength (where the default is 8). The case of characters in the exported name will be as per the note title except if HTMLFileNameLowerCase is 'true'.
In v4.6.0 the range of supported characters was widened but as Windows-OS webservers support fewer characters in file paths/names, from v4.6.2 the following characters were suppressed when generating filenames from $Name:
/ \ ? % * : | ' " < > . & + ( ) !
Note: the file name string you set for this attribute is the filename without an extension — i.e. 'index' not index.html'
Default: (not set - empty string)
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