luc.castermans at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 06:32:31 PST 2012
Formats should be named according to W3C standards: HTML4, HTML5, XHTML,
And Netscape as name is long dead, guess today we should use Firefox.
Please make terminology and output compliant to today's products/standards.
2012/11/5 Harri Pitkänen <hatapitk at iki.fi>
> On Sunday 04 November 2012, Rob Snelders wrote:
> > The export-option in the options-dialog -> Load/Save ->
> > HTML-compatibility states that you can save for LibreOffice Writer,
> > Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. Looking at the code that
> > states Netscape 4-compatibility.
> > But has this still any value? As the browsers are for basic HTML
> > compatible for some years. I think that the Netscape output also works
> > in Internet Explorer.
> I have been (very slowly) working on simplifying HTML export modes for some
> time. So far all of the differences between the modes have turned out to be
> useless with modern browsers. At this point the difference between the
> remaining three formats (IE, Netscape, Writer) is just that Netscape does
> support "full styles" and IE does not support HTMLMODE_FRM_COLUMNS
> that means).
> So I'm fairly sure that we could remove the whole option and just use the
> "LibreOffice Writer" mode unconditionally. But I haven't yet had the time
> look at this carefully enough to be sure.
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