Re (2): docx; was Re^2: OTF conversion without OpenOffice
From: Camaleon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: docx; was Re^2: OTF conversion without OpenOffice
> No, indeed. To avoid that tell (instruct) "Mr. Doe" to deliver a PDF
> document instead and problem solved ;-)
Or send an email containing a message of about 82 ASCII characters.
For most of the population, the computer has become a sorcerer's
> But docx's XML is raw format, meaning that you
> barely can get access to some pieces of the doc text but it will be
> completely unstructured and meaningless.
I get that. But the function of a browser is to interpret
a text in an XML language, into a form for input to a human.
I just don't see how to make Iceweasel recognize the structure
of this document. The style is there but Iceweasel doesn't
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