Ar 19:43 -0700 1999-07-27, scríobh Jonathan Rosenne:
>It is much more user friendly to have to write <Q>text</Q>, or to select
>the text and click on a "quotation" menu item, indicating intent, rather
>than <&lsqm>text<&rsqm> or something similar, or some fancy keyboard
>combination, in which the author has to specify the precise implications of
I disagree a LOT with this, from my own experience. Having the actual
characters in text is much more valuable than having generic markup.
Inputting should be straightforward, but that's another question.
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