> I love galeon and it is my main
> However I have a small problem. I
> sometimes have to use another (un-named)
> browser which uses bookmarks.html
> is there any way to convert the
> bookmarks.bxel to an html format? It's a
> pain to have to maintain 2 bookmark
> files in different formats.
Just open the Galeon bookmarks editor (Bookmarks->Edit bookmarks), select File->Save as..., and choose the Netscape bookmarks file format.
Re: What about typesetting?
> The output has to be displayed correctly
> as well. Western languages are written
> and read from left to right. Most text
> printing routines can only handle that
> way of outputting text. But it's not the
> only one. Arabic text goes from right to
> left (just the opposite of western
> languages). And if I remember corretly,
> some eastern languages are even written
> from top to bottom, that is, in colums
> rather than lines.
> So you have to think about a way to
> handle output as well. A graphical
> system can print single characters
> correctly, but they need to be alligned
> correctly to form a text that makes
> esnes - sorry, I meant
> I think that this becomes a serious
> problem if you build a system that is
> capable of printing all those characters
> at the same time. How do you typeset a
> text that contains passages in English,
> Arabic and Chinese?
Umm, I think these problems have in large parts already been solved by systems like Pango etc. Are you familiar with Pango?