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RE: Does WTSIWYG make simplicity moot?

On 13 Nov 2002 at 12:36, Jeff Lowery wrote:

> But, as you say, the debate is de facto lost anyhow.  Far be it from the
> likes of me to criticize a Recommendation authored by the perfectly enmeshed
> (enmashed?) intellects of close to 40 people, some of whom may have been
> subtly influenced by the syntax of a certain company's proprietary language.

If you mean VML, hasn't SVG existed longer? I have no idea what 
happened behind closed doors before the two languages appeared in  
public, but it seems to me I had heard of SVG by about 1998, 
whereas VML appeared with Windows 2000 or Office 2000. Or am I 

Matt Gushee


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