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On Fri, May 12, 2017 at 11:18 PM Lars Shirey <>

> Brendan,
> Not sure what's up but with the newest version 0.66, I can no longer
> copy/paste the contents of a note, any note, to another app i.e. Notepad++.
> However, I have no issue copying a note's content to a new ZimWiki note. As
> I use zimwiki for writing drafts before posting to their final resting
> place i.e. email, FB post, etc, this is a serious issue for me.
> So far, the only work-around I've managed is to export the note as HTML,
> open it in a browser and then select all, copy & paste.
> Any ideas what's up?
> Lars
> On Sun, May 7, 2017 at 9:47 PM, Brendan Kidwell <> wrote:
>> reports non-zero "probably harmless" scores for many of
>> the dependencies of my Windows build process, even though I'm almost
>> certain the sources of those dependencies are not tainted.
>> reports that (as of today) Baidu and Bkav virus scanners find "harmful"
>> code in these Zim installer. Other than abandoning all of my tools, I do
>> not know how to move forward with this problem.
>> Starting with this release I am no longer signing the installer packages,
>> and while I believe they are free of harmful code, I can't promise that I
>> am correct. You must make your own determination about whether you should
>> use my packages or not.
>> Special thanks to Stephen Dintaman for assistance with this build cycle.
>> I have posted the Desktop and Portable installer packages, such as they
>> are, on .
>> The packages were built on a fresh Windows 7 64-bit virtual machine, and
>> they should work on any 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows that is still
>> supported by Microsoft.
>> Brendan Kidwell
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