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Re: I've asked to Apache Foundation coudl organise an AMAYA ressurection

From: Etienne Saliez <etienne@saliez.be>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 11:10:30 +0200
To: www-amaya@w3.org, HiddenId <courriel_achevrier@yahoo.fr>
Message-ID: <3530186.05C3DDhiij@etienne-desktop>

Yes I am very interested since I have many HTML documents and I need an easy 
editor.
I am currently migrating to AMAYA although there sometimes problems, among 
others no management of tables.

Until recently I did use Kompozer but it become completely deprecated in new 
versions of Ubuntu or Kubuntu.
Moreover a major problem is that it was not standard:
In the case of lists of lists <UL> was directly included inside the previous <UL> and 
not inside a <LI> .
According to current standards this is no more accepted by AMAYA which make 
and require a structure as follow, <UL>....</UL> inside the previous <LI>....</LI>
<UL>
	<LI>aaaaaa
		<UL>
			<LI> bbbbbbb
			</LI>
		</UL>
	/LI>
	<LI>......</LI>
</UL>

Since several Years I did not see that problem because browsers like Firefox 
tolerate that situation and provide nevertheless a good presentation, but today 
AMAYA does not accept that any more.

Do you know a software which could perform an automatic reorganization of the 
<LI> and <UL> ?


Etienne Saliez



On Wednesday 30 July 2014 09:14:55 HiddenId wrote:
> Hi all,
> I took an initiative: I've send an email to Apache Foundation community,
> asking if and how, a resurrection of AMAYA project could be launched into
> Apache Foundation incubator.
> 
> I hope to get an answer (or a return) from Incubator Apache Foundation
> community, about the possibilities of AMAYA resurrection across Apache
> Foundation Incubator process. I'm not 100% sure I will get an answer.
> If so, or if not, I will post here.
> Freely,
> Antoine
> (hope this initiative will not go against any of current work on AMAYA).
Received on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 09:10:59 UTC

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