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the parse errors view eats linefeeds

From: John Russell <ve3ll@rac.ca>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 12:58:52 -0400
To: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-ID: <3B02798C.24366.A062AB@localhost>
just did a copy to buffer of my parse error view.

Issue 1: where did all the line feeds go --- sure makes 
it difficult to read. intention was to have parse errors
readable for group to analyse problems...

Issue 2: certain math entities are not supported. is this
because the font set you provide doesn't have the glyphs yet
--- this is TE problem in that they use a windows provided set
which is incomplete.....
or are these entities that have been missed accidentally. if so
i can help by finding others that require interpretation asap.

and the embed error is because my demo page is also for 
IBM TechExplorer which needs embed to cope with ancient
browsers like netscape 4.  

  line 69, char 44: MathML entity not supported : &nequiv;  line 76, char 33: 
MathML entity not supported : &dwangle;
  line 76, char 44: MathML entity 
not supported : &angrt;
  line 81, char 12: MathML entity not supported : 
&ContourIntegral;
  line 85, char 58: MathML entity not supported : 
&nexist;
  line 86, char 23: MathML entity not supported : &because;
  line 
86, char 34: MathML entity not supported : &backepsilon;
   line 103, char 
7: warning - unknown tag <embed>
   line 103, char 12: Invalid attribute 
"type"
   line 103, char 30: Invalid attribute "src"
   line 103, char 50: Invalid 
attribute "height"
   line 103, char 62: Invalid attribute "width"
John Russell, VE3LL@RAC.CA
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Received on Wednesday, 16 May 2001 12:58:59 UTC

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