RE: New HTML/CSS-based word processor for Windows 95 and NT. LOOKING FOR BETA TESTERS
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.
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
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-
Carl Johan Berglund
Carl Johan Berglund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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