The chmProcessor executable is built using AnyCPU, which causes it to run in a 64-bit process if installed on a 64-bit computer. However, this breaks the use of the Tidy flag (see File | Settings). This is because TidyATL.dll is a 32-bit COM DLL. To remedy, use corflags.exe (part of the Windows SDK) to change the bitness of the ProcesadorHtml.exe (see article http://blogs.msdn.com/b/joshwil/archive/2005/05/06/415191.aspx). I made a copy of it first, as ProcesadorHtml32.exe, then ran corflags with /32BIT+ flag.
Thank you for the info, cjervin. I'm going to check and fix it. I'll change it to 32b.
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