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[ale] Still no flames... :-)



On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 16:36 +0000, aaron wrote:

> Actually, as I understand the workings of OSeX, even if the application isn't 
> directly supporting PDF, every aspect of the display system and user 
> interface will be!  :-)  Quite literally, everything one sees on a Mac OSeX 
> screen is rendered PDF.

I thought it was native postscript. PDF is basically compressed
postscript. So the decompression for each screen update would explain
the lag time on a Mac ?! <ducks for the flame-proof underwear>
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