Peter - from my understanding of what A/E and Panorama do (including a
review of their documentation), "style" files are two distinct beasts in the
two programs. Panorama allows for the creation of a STYLE SHEET
which governs the parsed display of an SGML instance - acting on the
relationship between and placing of elements to create the final user view=
a document. In Author/Editor, the STYLE FILE is simply a preferences
file which allows for on-screen modification of tags and texts to allow for
easier document creation This file does not intended to travel with an
instance (as is
the Panorama Style Sheet). They should not be interchanged.
Hope this clears up the STYLE dilemma.
At 07:55 PM 4/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Question for anyone. I'm trying to get the style sheet to work in Panorama,
>everything else works, and am having some difficulty which the AE and
>Panorama manuals can't seem to answer.
>All the style sheets which I have seen use .ssh as an extension. In AE when
>you save as an ASCII style sheet it gives it the extension of .asf. In
>comparing the two, they look completely dissimilar. Are the style sheets
>everyone is using created by simply hammering out ASCII code and then
>loading and checking for errors or is there some trick I haven't figured=
>I've tried using existing ones, thank you Yale and LC, but because of
>tagging differences these don't quite workout and my editing of them has
>been less then helpful or attractive. The FAST manual doesn't address the
>Any suggestions welcome.
>To answer Rich Fuchs' question about what Union Pool, the URL at RLG is
>Thank you, Peter Verheyen
>Bucheinbandkunst ist Architektur in kleinstem Ma=DFstab
>Peter Verheyen, Conservation Librarian
>Syracuse University Library
>Syracuse, NY 13244
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