Re: xsl:fo in web browsers
> > Also, isn't it handy to have just one stylesheet for different media ? > > But generally not a good idea. The way you format something for one media is > rarely the way it should be formatted for another. Very strong sentence. I have another point of view after talking to some real-life clients. I'm not saying that you could achive the ideal quality not taking into account some significant differences between different media. I'm saying that 1. Maybe not every document in this world requires the brilliant quality of the presentation. 2. It may be better to share some information between the stylesheets insted of rewriting the whole stylesheet from stratch for every media. > > PS. I don't know who was the person you have mentioned in your letter, > > but a couple of months ago I also did some experiments in that area > > It was about a year ago. I would appreciate greatly any information. Reinventing the wheel is such a frustrative activity ... Rgds.Paul. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= paul@xxxxxxxxx www.renderx.com www.pault.com XMLTube * Perl/JavaConnector * PerlApplicationServer =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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