Re: comments about amaya

I have answered a few questions/comments, and left the rest for the Amaya
team <grin/>

On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, L. David Roper wrote:

  Dear Sir or Madam:
  I just finished a document (
  using amaya to create it. Here are some comments I share with you about amaya:

      * It would be very helpful if some colored small carets could be made
  to delineate where structures begin and end. I constantly had troubles
  adding to equations outside a fraction, sup, etc. It is difficult to tell
  whether one is inside or outside a structure.

If you check the status bar at the bottom of the page it will tell you what
kind of structure you are in (e.g. html/body/table/tbody/tr/p or whatever)

      * When a table is at the end of a document, the only way I could figure
  out how to add more info after the table was to go into the source view to
  do it. I think the same is true if an equation is at the end.

Pressing the enter/return key cretes a new element. If you are in a table
cell it creates a new paragraph, and pressing it again creates a new cell (I
think). Pressing again creates a new column and again will eventually create
a new paragraph outside of the table. Note to that if you don't do this from
the end of the table (ie the bottom right cell ) you will end up splitting
the table into two.


Chaarles McCN

  Thanks for all the fine work all of you have done!

  Yours, Dave Roper

  L. David Roper, 1001 Auburn Dr. SW, Blacksburg VA 24060-8123, 540-951-7047.
  Professor Emeritus of Physics, VPI&SU.
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Received on Monday, 5 February 2001 19:13:18 UTC