Progress with RLR and new WordProcessing
|From:||Robert J. Petry <ambassador@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, October 22, 1998, 16:08|
As most of you know by now, I have been "working" with a software
maker hopefully to find a way to incorporate RLR and Occidental
The program, if I can get them to add it, will permit a person to
type in RLR and have the material appear in full English text, or
Occidental text. A great time saver when typing lots of material in
Also, the program has an easier way to type in accents.
I'm sharing this because steps outside just talking about IAL's is
needed to get the world interested. And, here is just one of many
ways to do this. One brick at a time until the bricks start forming a
wall, then a shell, then a completed house. Anyone wanna help?
Anyway, things are progressing slowly but surely. Here's the latest
reply I received from a programmer. Guess RLR is a "nice surprise" to
some folks today! :--)))
You are exactly right again. I beg your pardon. The abbreviation
is program specific as you have discovered. I did not write that
the code and had made an incorrect assumption without trying it out
I still like your idea and will put it in our enhancement database.
Your RLR abbreviation example is truly amazing. When I wrote the
abbreviation code for the editor I had no idea it would be used in
Well, that's it. One more step made and another to take.
Al l sue, e Amico,