Dennis, in addition to Fredís correct expectations of missing up with file path - and his working solution of using normal window syntax-, some of the things that may cause such problem (loading failure of tidy.ini) is the corruption of the file itself, which probably wasnít downloaded in a healthy connection or damaged somehow during the download process. Sometimes itís the last reason you may expect but it happens. I had similar error with correct windows syntax, but my trouble was nothing more than file corruption. After several tryouts and hours of trouble shooting, I discovered that the only solution for my case relies in just re-gaining a correctly downloaded version of it! In many cases, it has to be something stupid after all indeed! Enjoy your html tidy!

 

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Michael Richard

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