Wendell Piez wrote:
> Serna lets you designate your own stylesheets as "export" options (to
> generate HTML or PDF outside the app); its own stylesheets are in an
> extended subset of XSL-FO, and are not too difficult to hack.
Thanks Wendell. I haven't been able to figure this out yet, but I'm
going back and forth now with their support people right now. I'll see
how far they are willing to follow this through.
> For such purposes as you describe, however, I'm still mainly using
> XMetaL. There are several reasons why XMetaL is still not a great choice
> for most lone operators (no Linux, for example). Since they were
> recently acquired by a new owner (Justsystems, a respected Japanese
> software company that has been moving into XML space), there is perhaps
> some hope that this can change.
Yes, living in Japan, I'm familiar with this company. Many Linux users
here in Japan use their ATOK system for East Asian character input, so
I will be interested to see what they come up with.
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