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Star Office 5.2 [was Re: Plea for help]

When I saw it on the GNOME web site, it was a "we want to do for
gnome what KLyx does for KDE)", no actual code yet.  However, the
only problem I have with Lyx is XForms (which is non-free).  A GTK
front end would be great for me (I know I could do raw TeX/LaTeX,
but I'm not that proficient).  I've used KLyx some, but have had
problems on my SMP machine at home (works fine on all the UP
machiens I've used)

On Tue, 16 May 2000, Derek Martin wrote:

> Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 13:53:51 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Derek Martin <ddm at>
> To: Jeffry Smith <smith at>
> Cc: Paul Lussier <pll at>, Jonathan Arnold <jdarnold at>,
     GNHLUG <gnhlug at>, BLU Users' Group <discuss at>
> Subject: Re: Star Office 5.2 [was Re: Plea for help] 
> On Tue, 16 May 2000, Jeffry Smith wrote:
> > (Lyx/KLyx/GtkLyx [see sourceforge]) system would be better, but MS
> As Scooby Doo would say, "ruh?"  GtkLyx?  I've got to check it out.  Is it
> further along than kLyx?  Lots of stuff broken or missing in kLyx from
> what I've seen...

Jeffry Smith      Technical Sales Consultant     Mission Critical Linux
smith at phone:978.446.9166,x271 fax:978.446.9470
Thought for today:  Between infinite and short there is a big difference.
		-- G.H. Gonnet

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