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RE: New HTML/CSS-based word processor for Windows 95 and NT. LOOKING FOR BETA TESTERS

From: Bjorn E. Backlund <bjorn@cooper.xanthus.se>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 08:03:12 -0100
Message-Id: <97Sep18.102240gmt-0100.28674-1@mimer.upnet.se>
To: "'Carl Johan Berglund'" <carl.johan.berglund@adverb.se>
Cc: "'www-style@w3.org'" <www-style@w3.org>


re: MacOS
The current plan is to finish the Raphsody port before the MacOS one but we'll concentrate on
the Win32 version for a while so will take a while before you'll see a MacOS version...
The code is 95% portable (no changes need to be made) but writing those 5% of platform specific code still takes some time.

re: Document
Putting together a document describing our extensions is top priority, I'll let you know asap
when its available.

Re: how much...
We implemented almost all of CSS1 (white-space is one of the props we do not implement, but we do implement first-letter and first-line...). We'll finish the positioning stuff within a few weeks - a new Win32 version will be released soon after. We've implemented our own printing extensions which will be described in detail in the above mentioned document.


From: 	Carl Johan Berglund
Sent: 	Wednesday, September 17, 1997 5:30 PM
To: 	Bjorn E. Backlund
Cc: 	www-style@w3.org
Subject: 	Re: New HTML/CSS-based word processor for Windows 95 and NT. LOOKING FOR BETA TESTERS


I would have loved to beta test this product - but I work on a
Macintosh. Please tell me when your first Mac OS version is
availabe. You referred to "Vodka" as a "cross platform" tech-
nology, so I guess I can count on it!

Wouldn't you like to put together a document describing your
proposed extensions to CSS, so that all of us not using Windows
can discuss them? I would also like to know how much of CSS
you have implemented. CSS1? CSS positioning? Printing exten-

Best regards,
Carl Johan Berglund

Carl Johan Berglund <carl.johan.berglund@adverb.se>
Adverb Information, http://www.adverb.se
Received on Thursday, 18 September 1997 04:59:22 UTC

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