[nabs-l] FW: [nfbcs] Mac Accessibility
T. Joseph Carter
carter.tjoseph at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 04:34:16 UTC 2009
It's on the Apple website, and also on your system if you installed
XCode. I needed to learn to write some basic RTF by hand. The
syntax is a little strange and resembles LaTeX, but it's crazy. It
was intended to be human-writable, though I don't know about human
readable unless you can just read \`a7 in context and know what
character it is, for example. Unicode is even worse.
On Mon, Jun 01, 2009 at 02:49:30PM -0500, Steve Jacobson wrote:
>I was educated some over the weekend regarding TextEdit. My assumption was that it was a text editor. As you have described, it is really more than that with
>documents saved in RTF format and not as plain text. My daughter did a paper in TextEdit and sent it to me to print as her MAC doesn't access any of our printers
>at this point. I brought it into Word and printed it without a problem. It was not complicated, but it had underlining, for example, and that all worked. Where did you
>dig out the developer information?
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