Re: Programs for Writing
When are you troglodytes going to get with the program? _Everyone_ knows that finely trimmed goose quill produces the most elegant output!
From: Dan Hall [mailto:dhall -at- san-carlos -dot- rms -dot- slb -dot- com]
I can't believe you're using Chisel2000 for long documents! It's notoriously unstable when working with slabs of over 50 lbs. It also has difficulty handling large images. I always use Binford JackHammerMaker. It supports large slabs, and has built in tools for creating pdf (Pebble Document Files)
It's what real professionals use.
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