Re: Frame or laTex

Subject: Re: Frame or laTex
From: Evelyn Lee Barney <evbarney -at- comcast -dot- net>
To: Lech Rzedzicki <xchaotic -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 19:49:57 -0400

I just took a look at Madcap Blaze

If you sign up for the beta (I did) you'll find that it truly is just
for testing , and they state clearly that: "because this software is
running in trial mode, the outputs you create will have scrambled text."

Unlike many betas were you get good functionality for helping with tests
- this doesn't seem to be helpful for actual production.


Lech Rzedzicki wrote:
> You could also try Madcap Blaze, it's still not released yet, but I
> think you can try some Beta already.
> It promised to do what Framemaker does for less, I think.
> Lech


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