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Old 03-05-2009, 08:01 AM   #1
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Auch Heise hat etwas zu berichten. Allerdings fehlen da wirkliche Neuentwicklungen. Den txtr-Reader hat man wohl gar nicht entdeckt.
Dafür die Firma Foxit, die nun auch mit einem Reader auftritt, der hauptsächlich Stärken im Bereich PDF hat. Kein Wunder, da sich Foxit bisher auch mit PDF-Lösungen beschäftigt hat.

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Auch Heise hat etwas zu berichten. Allerdings fehlen da wirkliche Neuentwicklungen. Den txtr-Reader hat man wohl gar nicht entdeckt.
Dafür die Firma Foxit, die nun auch mit einem Reader auftritt, der hauptsächlich Stärken im Bereich PDF hat. Kein Wunder, da sich Foxit bisher auch mit PDF-Lösungen beschäftigt hat.

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http://www.heise.de/newsticker/Die-v...meldung/133990
Das ist eigentlich für MR-User ein alter Hut. Mal 'nen Search nach Foxit eslick (weiss schon, selten dämlicher Name) machen, da gibt es Infos reichlich.
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