Re: TRichView vs WPTools
Chia Chen Yap
Posted: 12/18/2003 4:26:55
> it produces code that doesn't validate on the W3C validator, and doesn't
> even specify what DTD it's supposed to conform to.
Can someone explain this to me?
If I were to embed the exported HTML body into other web page, will it be
affected by the above problem?
"Martin Holmes" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> For me, the key thing is Unicode support. Anyone developing a text-based
> application who is ignoring Unicode at this point won't have much of a
> The HTML output from TRichView is one of my least-favourite features; it
> produces code that doesn't validate on the W3C validator, and doesn't
> even specify what DTD it's supposed to conform to. I'll be really happy
> when we can get proper XHTML output that validates. An application I use
> regularly, FastHelp, is based around TRichView, and its HTML output is
> Petko Kafedjiski wrote:
> > Hi to all!
> > I am currently examining different text edit controls and find TRichView
> > WPTools to be the best. However they look very similarly to me as
> > functionality and I am wondering what is the difference between them?
> > Has anyone tried both or know the difference?
> > Yours sincerely,
> > Petko Kafedjiski
> > Milenix Software Ltd.
> > http://www.milenix.com
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