Re: [NTLK] No Classic Support in Leopard

From: Woody Smith <>
Date: Fri Oct 26 2007 - 14:40:44 EDT

The learning curve may be a bit longer but I believe that NewtsCape
may actually have more options than Newton Press. One example is the
ability to link to other books you have installed.
A simple book can be made by converting any text document to html
store it on your personal web page and access it via Newtscape. Once
downloaded save it as a package. Done, you have a newton book.
Some sites such as <> will let you download
books as html, thus saving a step.
Preferred font sizes, font styles and page size are set up on the
Newt. The table of contents is much more difficult than with Press,
but If I remember correctly Headers become TOC items.

On Oct 26, 2007, at 12:09 PM, Giulio Marchi wrote:

> Just yesterday I was wondering about this. Actually either I am
> missing
> something or the "real problem" would be Newton Press. So far I always
> used either the Windows version or the buggy Classic version and I
> never really looked for other solutions. Probably NewtsCape would be
> the most complete, still less handy if compared to all the options in
> Press.
> Regards,
> Giulio

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