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Re: ideal future document processing

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Wed, 25 Jun 1997 17:27:34 +0100

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 Bonjour Michel -- >> I hope that only >> those who never used \noindent or \medskip in an article to tune the >> aspect of the output, instead of modifying the class of their >> document (or the DTD for SGML addicts) will throw me some electronic >> stones at the head :-) Yes, I use \noindent occasionally (never \medskip), but I use it at the _very last stage_ of processing, just before generating CRC. I wouldn't dream of using anything so primitive during the creation of a document. So I side with SPQR here -- watch out for flying stones! ** Phil.