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.
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Before Wysiwyg picked it up, "The Plague" was briefly released last year on the Internet.
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Named after the old software acronym for "what you see is what you get," WYSIWYG (www.wysiwygtalentshow.org) channels the spirit of early bloggers: candid, fun and unapologetic.
To make design changes easier, Janesville wanted to upgrade its program to incorporate what-you-see-is what-you-get (WYSIWYG) software offered on Windows-based PCs.
The WYSIWYG display allows users to review data prior to processing.
Bloki's WYSIWYG editor provides the formatting and other options users expect, including fonts, paragraph styles, graphics, tables, and hyperlinks, no programming required.
FrontPage 2003 features a What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editor to connect XML files, web services and OLE DB data sources.
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It offers check-in and check-out of content, simultaneous work flow between layout and editorial departments, copy editing at the page stage, content and layout change alerting, work-flow routing, status tracking, version control, galley or WYSIWYG editing mode, redlining, change tracking, and inline notes.
There are times when WYSIWYG seems to be a sadistic joke.