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   Re: [xml-dev] Quark and XML

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At 11:24 AM -0700 9/25/03, K. Ari Krupnikov wrote:
>I have a very simple newspaper article DTD (~10 elements, a subset of
>docbook) that carries no formatting information. The XML is used to
>produce an online edition of a small local newspaper. They first edit
>a print edition in Quark, then manually cut and paste text into XML
>and send it down an XSLT pipeline. They don't care much for preserving
>any of Quark's formatting, but do want to preserve things like

In that case it really depends on what version of XPress they are using.
avenue.quark (free with QuarkXPress 5 or 6) should be up to a task
that easy (if their flows are real, and if ... and if ...) but they have
to be using XPress 5 or 6. Many XPress users are still happy with
older, sometimes much older, versions.

-- Tommie
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