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Tue 5 Apr 2005, 03:48 PM
Of course it can (what did you think I would say?).  Since CoexEdit uses both the Midas HTML rendering and Midas HTML consuming engines, each has been substantially improved in the process of getting CoexEdit working.  While you can't use Midas to do everything CoexEdit can do, you can take advantage of all the improvements to both HTML generation (RT to HTML)  and HTML consumption (HTML to RT), or you will be able to very soon when we release Midas 3.50.  Many of the major improvements are to the HTML consumption side, but some of the improvements, and quite a few of the bug fixes, are on the HTML generation side as well.

So if you are a Midas Rich Text LSX@Midas Formulas or Midas Rich Text C++ API customer, don't feel forgotten by the emphasis on CoexEdit recently.  It will help you as well.  (Not to mention, there are dozens of fixes and enhancements in the Midas products that have nothing to do with HTML, including some long over due cleanup of the rich text comparison engine).

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