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Subject:Re: Hypertext? From:Bill Downing <bdowning -at- CTHULHU -dot- CONTROL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 4 Jan 1994 17:05:01 EST
> Steven J. Owens writes:
> >So I'd like to hear from anybody out there who's had an
> >opportunity to put a hypertext system in place, with their own
> >software or with a commercial turn-key solution.
> I've not had the opportunity to become an expert yet, but there's always
> FrameMaker. However, there IS the issue of no FREE viewers. I'm sure
> there are people out there who have created hypertext docs with Frame.
> Well, AREN'T THERE?
> Brian Daley | Marquette Electronics, Inc.
> briand -at- mei -dot- com | Diagnostic Division - Technical Communication
> (414) 362-3133 | 8200 West Tower Avenue
> FAX: (414) 357-5988 | Milwaukee, WI 53223 USA
I know there are some hypertext authoring systems out there for UNIX.
Cross-post to alt.hypertext and hopefully you'll get some answers.
Bill Downing, President Email: bdowning -at- control -dot- com
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