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Subject:Re: FrameMaker Discrepancy -Reply From:"Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 Dec 1996 15:57:32 -0800
At 05:28 PM 12/5/96 -0600, Mitch Berg wrote:
>This is normal - ILeaf and Frame are pretty much competitors for the
>same market niche, especially in the higher-end (UNIX) platforms. In
>fact, Frame used to publish a poster:
> "The Next Release of Interleaf"
>The picture was a Frame 4.0 for Sun box. Cutthroat.
This is no doubt the source for a kind of FrameMaker "Easter egg." If you
check the spelling of a file that contains the word "Interleaf,"
"FrameMaker" is the recommended substitute. Cutthroat indeed!
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