Re: goofy html
- To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
- Subject: [mg8369] Re: goofy html
- From: David Rosky <Dave.Rosky at badc.ssi1.com>
- Date: Tue, 26 Aug 1997 02:23:06 -0400
- Organization: Silicon Systems, Inc.
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
I'm not sure if it was the version change alone or some other settings I may have altered, but if you haven't upgraded yet, the 3.0.1 version seems to do a bit better job of generating HTML output than 3.0.0. (it might just have better defaults for some of the things like image scaling and image resolution). I haven't, however, tried outputting anything with greek letters in either version. --Dave Steven T. Hatton wrote: > > --------------D47036A897C50584D439F66E > > I saved a file in html format and found that it was not exactly > correct. There were problems with both the ascii and the gif portions. > The ascii part may be correctable by getting the correct font set for > netscape. What the problem is, is that the Greek letters and special > symbols came out as things like lrg& and the like. > > Any ideas? > > The gifs were also a bit wierd. I noticed that lower case 'c' looked > like 'o'. Also a with a superscript was just an ugly thing. Any > pointer on that? > > Steve > > --------------D47036A897C50584D439F66E > Content-Description: Card for Steven T. Hatton > Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="vcard.vcf" > > begin: vcard > fn: Steven T. Hatton > n: ;Steven T. Hatton > email;internet: hattons at cpkwebser5.ncr.disa.mil > note: this is a test > x-mozilla-cpt: ;0 > x-mozilla-html: FALSE > end: vcard > > --------------D47036A897C50584D439F66E--