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Re: Nicer looking printouts?
Jorge Godoy wrote:
> >>>>> On Wed, 11 Oct 2000 11:22:29 -0400, Mark Komarinski <email@example.com> said:
> MK> o) The ToC is repeated. Once with page numbers, one without. I think
> MK> this is a holdover from the HTML output.
> Hmmm... Weird. How are you creating these files?
> Mine works OK.
Greg Ferguson and I are working on that. He's getting more familiar with HTMLDOC
and we'll have a lot of these issues cleared up soon (I hope). We got this one
> MK> o) Each subsection gets its own page. While I like having a 101 page
> MK> guide, it can probably fit in 50 (25 if I duplex). Since I like using
> MK> a lot of subsections, there's a lot of white space.
> You have to comment (i.e. use ';;' at the beginning of the line) the
> following line at ldp.dsl:
> (define (chunk-skip-first-element-list)
> MK> o) The title page just lists the..title. No authors or date. The page looks
> MK> real bare.
> Mine has the document title and its authors.
> MK> I can't use HTML because the page numbers and ToC won't work right. Any ideas?
> Actually, the page index index is generated (usually, when you use
> Jadetex) with a Perl script that parses HTML output (collateindex.pl)
> Mark, I think that these problems are htmldoc's fault, and not our
> DSSSL stylesheet or system. If it's really happening at LDP, we need
> to fix it ASAP (either fixing htmldoc or installing tetex and
Oh, I know these are with htmldoc and not the DSSSL. Is jadetex being maintained
by anyone? Are the openjade folk working on fixing it up?
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