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Re: New Conlang

From:Garth Wallace <gwalla@...>
Date:Wednesday, January 8, 2003, 5:58
Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> En réponse à Greg Johnston <greg.johnstons@...>: > > >>you may, however, be able to access it at >> >> > > > OK, this time I could access it. I just have one comment: using Word documents > in a webpage is a cardinal sin!!!!!! Not only you prevent plenty of people from > watching those documents, but even those who can can't necessarily watch them > correctly, since the Word format is not very stable and tends to have fonts and > positions jumping from place to place randomly. I tried to read the grammar, > but it was nearly illegible for me for instance. Too bad, because the language > looks interesting. A lesser evil would be that you convert those Word files > into HTML. The converter used by Word is absolutely not standard and extremely > inefficient, but it's still better than nothing.
Getting a little offtopic here, but there's a little program that can be used to turn Word-generated HTML into reasonable HTML (as well as fix errors in HTML). It's called HTML Tidy and you can get it here: