Re: Suggested HTML extensions (tvml)

Rick Collins (rcollins@mirror.det.mun.ca)
Fri, 5 Jan 1996 08:11:33 -0330


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From: Rick Collins <rcollins@mirror.det.mun.ca>
To: "'Veikko Punkka'" <punkka@tre.tele.nokia.fi>
Cc: "'HTML-list'" <www-html@w3.org>
Subject: RE: Suggested HTML extensions (tvml)
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 1996 08:11:33 -0330

I follow with replies:

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From: 	Veikko Punkka[SMTP:punkka@tre.tele.nokia.fi]
Sent: 	Friday, January 05, 1996 5:41 AM
To: 	Rick Collins
Cc: 	Veikko Punkka
Subject: 	Re: Suggested HTML extensions (tvml)

Greetings,

Rick Collins wrote:
> I've checked the archive of this list and haven't found any "particular" =
> reason why the following suggestions would not be appropriate.  Please =
> let me know if there is a better place to discuss the following ideas???
> 
> 
> OK. So I got this idea see? What if?
> TVML (The TV stands for television)
> A set of HTML extensions that exploits the complete viewing screen in =
> it's 3x4 format. 

What happens if the screen is not in 3x4 format? How about virtual
window managers with a logical screen larger than the physical screen?

By my theory the percentages would be applied to the virtual screen resolution.
> A page tag would begin with?
> <VIEW FULL ESC> This would force the full-screen view with no visible =
> boundries. The ESC would be the key used to bail from this view and back =
> to the browser (page-layout) scheme.

What happens if there is no ESC key or the ESC key is already bound
to some conflicting function?
You modify the ESC for another key (eg. CAP).  I assume settop devices would have a key specific to this.

Thanks for the thoughts!

	Cheers,
	  Veikko

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