[XeTeX] Re: [OS X TeX] Where is XeTeX README?

Bruce D'Arcus bdarcus at fastmail.fm
Sat May 22 16:25:13 CEST 2004

On May 22, 2004, at 10:04 AM, Adam Maxwell wrote:

> What sort of format would you like?  I can write it up in Create and 
> export as a web page, or make an RTFD in TextEdit.

Absent hand-coding the HTML, LaTeX converted to XHTML would probably 
end up with better (e.g. cleaner and more flexible) code than the HTML 
that Create produces.  Absolutely atrocious stuff like this:

<tr valign="top" align="left"><!-- TextArea -->
<td rowspan="1" colspan="2"><font size="4" face="Stone Sans, Arial, 
Helvetica" color="#000000"><b>Designed for Web 

<tr><td colspan="7"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="406" 

<tr valign="top" align="left"><!-- TextArea -->
<td rowspan="1" colspan="6"><font size="3" face="Stone Sans, Arial, 
Helvetica" color="#000000">&#8226; Generate multi-page web sites with a 
single click.<br>
&#8226;&nbsp;Automatically generate table of contents and navigation 
&#8226; Get WYSIWYG precision with nested, editable tables (Table 
&#8226; Work in &quot;Table Preview&quot; mode for exact placement<br>
&#8226; Web Resources: embed important resources for web site<br>
&#8226;&nbsp;Expert mode: add custom HTML anywhere<br>
&#8226; Drag &amp; drop URLs and hyperlinks<br>
&#8226; Automatically antialias PDF files<br>
&#8226; Make buttons and other neat effects instantly<br>
&#8226; Embed movies, applets, webobjects into documents<br>


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