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Subject:Software review of AuthorIt From:Jeff Allen <jeff -at- multilingual -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Tue, 5 Oct 2004 23:51:37 +0200
"Kay Ethier" wrote on Wed, 22 Sep 2004:
>Does anyone have some first-hand experience with authoring in the
>I'm interested in hearing what authors think about it and its
>structure-without-XML setup. If you have some details you can share
>about its good and bad points, or how it works with content management,
>it would be very helpful to me -- and probably to others.
"M Page" replied on Wed, 29 Sep 2004
>I'm using it right now. It has some minor irritations, but it seems to do
There is a link to a software review (by Tom Wassmer) of AuthorIt at
the new language technology software/system reviews info site I
recently set up at: http://www.geocities.com/langtecheval
WEBWORKS FINALDRAFT: New! Document review system for Word and FrameMaker
authors. Automatic browser-based drafts with unlimited reviewers. Full
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