WYSIWYG


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WYSIWYG

An abbreviation for "what you see is what you get." This is an informal way to say that conditions are final and a sale cannot be refunded.
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For wysiwyg Release 39, a lot of investigation time and effort was dedicated to make improvements to importing DWG/DXF files.
One of the computers ran grandMA onPC2 software from MA Lighting to give us the ability to utilize wysiwyg Perform's AutoFocus function.
Vastly improved Layer Manager and Library Browser: new in R30 and beyond, wysiwyg will give the user a better way of organizing their Layers, giving the User a way to Merge Layers, which allows the user to combine one or more Layers into one.
Unfortunately, some of the instructions are incorrect or refer to a previous version of Web Builder: For example you cannot setup guide borders, rulers and grid through the Layout > Guide Settings menu, since that menu doesn't exist in WYSIWYG Web Builder 8.
Maybe the best way to put this trend in perspective is to think of WYSIWYG packaging as a natural extension of the New World order.
0, there are fourteen graph types and the menu selection for graph type shows an example of each type (in WYSIWYG mode).
The Fiery-based Canon imagePRESS A3000 and imagePRESS A2000 servers both feature workflow innovation and professional tools, including: the fastest, most open variable data printing solution and WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) imposition.
Featuring a WYSIWYG interface, DekiWiki offers a sophisticated editing experience, allowing anyone to easily create and edit web pages and share information in a contextually rich environment.
This new release adds a WYSIWYG form designer built as an Eclipse plug-in, and supports the graphical definition of complex pageflows, also known as guided procedures, making the development of multi-step workflow tasks a rather trivial exercise.
1 of the company's Application Designer (formerly named Composite Application Integrator) now includes Generic Web Service support, WYSIWYG layout capabilities and a powerful HTML editor/word processor through Software AG's recent alliance with pintexx.
He was the driving force behind SGI's WebFORCE, the first turnkey web server, launched in January '95, with the tagline "To Author and To Serve," as well as conceiving of and leading the product management effort for the first WYSIWYG HTML editor, WebMagic, available on the SGI platform almost one year before the introduction of FrontPage by Vermeer.