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Re: Using FOA on Mac OS X

From: ewitness - Ben Fowler <bfowler@ewitness.co.uk>
Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 13:28:18 +0100
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To: www-xsl-fo@w3.org
At 7:05 am -0400 13/8/02, Louis Cornet wrote:
>I need to use FOA (Formatted Object Authoring) to design xslt-fo stylesheet.
>I can't get it to work on Mac Os X. Even though it is a java 
>application, it seems to be written for Windows Operating Systems.
>To get into details, the newPageName / newPageSequenceName / 
>newAttributeSetName Dialog Box appears blank. Without this, it is 
>impossible to create a new project, and impossible to use FOA.
>Has anybody ever tried FOA on Mac Os X?

If things go right for me, I am about to.

Could you describe exactly how you use foa. From the terminal?

If so what do you type?

BTW, Foa isn't an XSLT-FO stylesheet design tool per se, but
an FO editor.

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