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[ANN] Free XSL-FO debugger from Altsoft

From: Altsoft Xml2PDF <xml2pdf@alt-soft.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 12:54:41 +0200
Message-Id: <200412170932.iBH9W0C18675@minotaur.eroute.net>
To: <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>

XSL-FO Debugger version 0.9 beta
December 16, 2004
Altsoft N.V.


Altsoft team wishes XSL-FO community Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
We are proud to announce our new freeware product XSL-FO Debugger as a gift
for you.

Sometimes it is not so easy to answer many tricky questions that arise when
you create a document with complex structure and thousands of objects. Why
are these nested blocks not present on where they should be? What happened
to that line? Where on earth is the header? Is it my error or I should send
a letter to the producer of my formatter? XSL-FO Debugger helps you to avoid
spending precious time on re-calculating object parameters, re-reading
specification and revising your code. It introduces the visual
representation of all basic document areas, baseline tables and breaks
generated by the formatter so that you can find irritating shortcomings as
fast as possible.

See the product page for additional details:
http://alt-soft.com/products_xsl-fo_debugger.jsp
Download it here:
http://alt-soft.com/products_xsl-fo_debugger_download.jsp

XSL-FO Debugger is distributed under a free license.

Your comments, ideas and feedback are very important to us. We appreciate
and honor all suggestions. Our goal is to make this product useful for you
and your ideas. Feature requests are the best way to build the most suitable
solution for XSL-FO designers. Please, write us your ideas to
support@alt-soft.com


For any additional information please visit our web site
http://alt-soft.com/ or e-mail to info@alt-soft.com

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Best Wishes and Regards,
Altsoft N.V.
http://alt-soft.com/
Received on Friday, 17 December 2004 10:51:04 GMT

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