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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Question about proposing the creation of a new format


Dear good gods alive no! :eave the HTML to proper HTML IDE tools like
Eclipse and don't try to be everything in one package.

On 26/04/2011 22:48, e-letter wrote:
I think this is a very interesting issue. We are moving from the dominant
technologies that were designed to put information on paper to the dominant
need of presenting information on screens. With the revolution in digital
readers this is only going to increase and then what relevance has document
formats that are primarily designed to target hard copy output? If odf does
not adapt it will become obsolete.


Seems to suggest that LO should become some sort of html (or any other
electronic format) editor?

I am constantly irritated by having to download pdfs, .docs and so on when
all I want to do is view the information without cluttering up my download

May I suggest to use the 'load url' bar to read documents directly on
the web? As for pdf documents, evince can open directly from the url
when activated via the command terminal


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