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Re: personal stylesheets and 4.0 browsers

From: William M. Perry <wmperry@aventail.com>
Date: 10 Apr 1997 15:45:19 -0700
To: Todd Fahrner <todd@verso.com>
Cc: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <86bu7m7b0g.fsf@kramer.in.aventail.com>
Todd Fahrner <todd@verso.com> writes:

> It is possible to build and ship a 100%-CSS-conformant browser and still
> not "get" stylesheets. I am referring to the absence of any mechanism to
> select a personal style sheet in the 4.0 preview releases of both
> Netscape and IE. Instead, we still see the "appearance" dialog as a weak
> editor for the UA default stylesheet, which we all know is dangerously
> ugly - dangerous because it encourages bad markup (like blockquote to
> produce a margin).

  Well, Emacs/W3 has been able to do this for a long _long_ time.  I could
up its version # to 4.0 if you'd like.  :)

-Bill P.

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William Perry			wmperry@aventail.com
Unix Server Development Lead  & Emacs-W3 Author
Aventail, Corp.			http://www.aventail.com
Received on Thursday, 10 April 1997 18:45:23 GMT

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