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Old 07-06-2005, 05:19 PM   #11
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Quark's biggest competition, IMO, is still Quark. Version 4.1.1, to be exact.
Probably so. Wonder how many have still not migrated?

   
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Probably so. Wonder how many have still not migrated?
Me too. Based on the files we see (and native files continue to decline in favour of PDF) quite a few. 75% or more of the Quark files we see are v3 or v4 (mostly 4).
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