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Date:      Wed, 27 Oct 1999 11:46:19 EDT
Subject:   Re: where can i find maxwell again?
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>The URL is

>I tried the linux binary today (on 3.3-Stable). After changing 
>the symlinks to the correct fonts, the program started but 
>crashed after a few key presses in the text window. 

Of course, I had to change the symlinks to the correct fonts as well, but 
after that the program is up and I'm very pleased with it. I was looking for 
a very small WYSIWYG word processor and this hit the spot at 1.3M. I didn't 
compile it however, I downloaded the precompiled linux binary and ran linux 
emulation. They warn, as Karel mentioned, that compiling could be a 
nightmare. I also had to install ispell for the spell checking. The only 
problem I've had is when I save out to RTF the prog freezes. After I kill it 
I find the RTF file has been saved and can be opened in Word or again in 
Maxwell without a problem.


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