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- To: "Heikki Toivonen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: RE: [xml-dev] Slightly off, but... was: XUL appears to be dead, istheresomeother standard that should be looked at
- From: "Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 23:24:23 +0200
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- Thread-topic: [xml-dev] Slightly off, but... was: XUL appears to be dead, istheresomeother standard that should be looked at
I apologize for making a judgement on Netscape without
having dedicated as much time as I have with IE6 testing it.
But I have dedicated a lot of time to another browser. It is
called X-Smiles, maybe you know it since your name sounds
finnish and that Browser is from Finland, and, of course, it has
a great XForms implementation (in SVG, XSL-FO, XHTML
and SMIL). :-)
So my blog is authored for IE6 and X-Smiles . Very exotic,
I agree, but in X-Smiles I authored myself an XForms to
*edit* my RSS Blog over the web without server software.
Someone pointed me to this other cool proposed Netscape
feature  which is exactly the reason why I use this exotic
X-Smiles browser today (XForms gives you that "editing
XML in the browser" functionality, that's what XForms is
all about in the first place...).
Since that browser doesn't support CSS over XML (which
is perfectly reasonable, it's a small development team) it
takes the alternative XSLT stylesheet and transforms it
into XHTML Basic, which works perfectly. So unfortunately
I can't remove the second stylesheet, because it gives
me something useful (I can see my blog in XML
browsers that don't support CSS on XML but XSL).