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Subject:Re: Laying out large user manuals From:Mike McCallister <workingwriter -at- gmail -dot- com> To:Sandy Harris <sandyinchina -at- gmail -dot- com> Date:Thu, 28 Feb 2013 15:44:59 -0600
To answer my own questions (from the aforementioned Amaya site):
Amaya 11.4.4 is now released (18 January 2012).
It supports HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, XHTML Basic, XHTML 1.1, HTTP 1.1, MathML
2.0, many CSS 2 features, and SVG.
It now includes a SVG editor (for a subset of the language). You can
display and partially edit XML documents. It's an internationalized
application. It provides an advanced user interface with contextual menus,
a customizable set of menus and tools, predefined themes.
Distributions are available for Linux, Windows and now MacOS X PowerPC and
On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 3:42 PM, Mike McCallister
<workingwriter -at- gmail -dot- com>wrote:
> Gosh, I haven't thought of Amaya in years! Is it still under active
> development? Does it support new standards (HTML5, CSS3) as you would
> Going to check the link now, in case I'm wasting everyone's time with the
> above questions.
> Mike McCallister
> In stores now: 2nd Edition of "WordPress in Depth" (with Bud Smith)
> Notes from the Metaverse: http://metaverse.wordpress.com
> On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 3:33 PM, Sandy Harris <sandyinchina -at- gmail -dot- com>wrote:
>> > ... Does anyone
>> > have advice on how to proceed with such a project, or even whether it's
>> > worth it? Thanks.
>> Have a look at Amaya http://www.w3.org/Amaya/
>> That is a free editor/browser from W3C, the web standards body.
>> Among other things, it has a "book" operation that lets you
>> combine multiple files into one large one with internal links
>> adjusted and a TOC based on HTML headers auto-generated.
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