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This time from the IBM archives

Thu 15 Mar 2018, 10:40 AM



by Ben Langhinrichs
Yesterday, I showed how CoexLinks Fidelity handles symbolic fonts such as Wingdings and Symbol that are not properly displayed on the web. It was fun because it celebrated Pi Day, but I wanted to go back to a more common scenario you all may have seen, namely symbolic bullet items from Word . It only took me a few minutes to find this example from IBM's databases. This time I'll show how AppsFidelity differs from the standard web rendering. You'll notice more than the symbols, I suspect.
 
1) Original in Notes 9.0.1 rich text 
 
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2) Rendered by Notes 9.0.1 web engine
 
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3) Rendered by AppsFidelity 4.2
 
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4) Why not evaluate AppsFidelity for yourself?
 
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