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> To the best of my knowledge, it is only a PC-based product. I have seen
> it used on a Novell file server, a Windows for Workgroups server, and
> individual PCs. I believe Interleaf is the DTP for use on UNIX-based
> platforms, although I have never used it.
I have it installed on both systems of my at-home Win95 peer-to-peer
network. On my Compaq P-166 system it won't print in color. Have
re-installed it twice; same results.
I placed an icon on the Compaq desktop "VP on Tilly" and when I must
print in color, I simply launch from that icon. Works beautifully and
not enough slower to notice it.
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