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Re: Amaya 5.2a

From: Irene Vatton <Irene.Vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 16:38:48 +0100
To: Hugh Sasse Staff Elec Eng <hgs@dmu.ac.uk>
Cc: Amaya Mailing List <www-amaya@w3.org>, Irene.Vatton@inrialpes.fr
Message-Id: <20011030153849.0292BC@maiana.inrialpes.fr>
> Using Amaya5.2a, Win98, in browser mode:
> I go to our website at 
> http://www.eng.dmu.ac.uk/aeg/
> and it picks up the colours correctly from the stylesheet.  How do I 
> get at the alternate stylesheets I have defined?  Is this not implemented
> yet?

Right it's not implemented yet.

> Also, when I select text with the mouse, eg from the URL window
> it does not seem to end up in the clipboard.
> Finally, when I go to that doc I get a dialogue box saying:
>    With the current Amaya profile:
>    XHTML 1.0 Transitional [Editor]
>    Editing and saving this document will change its type
>                 [Confirm]
> * I cannot set the profile to be HTML 4.01 -- I only seem to have access
>   to XHTML profiles.  Is this correct?

The message warns you that you can potentially edit and re-publish this 
with a different document type. In this particular case the document type is 
strict and your editing profile is transitional (no warnings appears when 
using a browsing profile).
In the future we plan to handle the Amaya profile document by document. But
meanwhile we prefer to inform the user of potential alteration of documents
even if eighty percent of times he doesn't plan to edit the document.

> * This is a warning message, telling me of something I don't want.
>   I don't really want to Confirm this.  Maybe the button should be called
>   "Done"?

You confirm that you've read the message. Done works too.

> * I cannot save this document because it is on another machine which won't
>   allow this.  Could Amaya detect this, so it doesn't tell me about 
>   consequences of things I cannot do anyway?  I don't know if the protocols
>   can detect this.

I don't know too.

> 	Thank you,
> 	Hugh
Received on Tuesday, 30 October 2001 10:42:11 UTC

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