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At 2004-10-22 13:10 +0200, Bjoern Hoehrmann wrote:
>* Oleg Tkachenko wrote:
> >>>I'd love to see a more sophisticated XSL-FO being used in browsers.
> >> The XSL-FOnt-tag language is not very popular among web authors...
> >Sure, provided none of web browsers support XSL-FO (except for x-smiles
> >browser may be).
>Well, http://people.opera.com/howcome/1999/foch.html that does not come
>by surprise, does it?
That is old news and keeps getting dredged up out of context ... I don't
think the arguments are at all supported ... XSL-FO has been proven to meet
many production requirements.
I wish people would stop pointing to that long out-of-date article.
Or ... bring up new arguments that can be appropriately debated ... I'm not
claiming my view is the "right" view, but I do feel that 1999 view is an
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