but when you say Motif or Open look interface, I
The Open Look version appears to be based on Lotus release 3. It hasQuote:>seem to remember that it still basically is a character based interface
>and that it does not compare to the 123 under windows or OS/2. What the X
>version does is putting a front end on top, but beneath it is still
>the old lotus, or am I wrong here. How does it e.g. compare to
>wingz or exclaim?
the three-dimensional spreadsheet model and the simultaneous viewing of
raster graphs along with spreadsheets, as in 3. Relative to the DOS
version, the OpenLook version has added full mouse support (available
in a limited way in DOS with the WYSIWYG add-in), "hot buttons" and pull down menus
duplicating most of the keyboard commands and functions. It doesn't have
much WYSIWYG display capability other than the graphics. It comes with a
floating network license.
David E. Damouth
Xerox Webster Research Center