Dear M. Shafie, For a couple of years we have been using our own DocBook customizations, with specialized PDF/Webhelp and HTML output styles. These customization are bundled within XXE internally for our users.
For HTML/Webhelp rendering, we would need some extra flexibility: for some products/projects, deliver a customized copy of our stock CSS (which is copied during the document conversion process). We are wondering what you be *the simplest way* to provide this feature to our users, ideally just a parameter they could set in XXE GUI during documentation conversion and holding the name of their customized CSS... We know of course how to do this using a personal XXE customization, but it is not really practical here. Many thanks for your advises. Best regards, Philippe. [cggsigbanner] Philippe Nobili Subsurface Imaging - Product Engineering Tel: +33 16447 4090 | Mobile: +33 63756 6441 CGG, 27 avenue Carnot Massy, 91341 - France http://www.cgg.com<http://www.cgg.com/> Please consider the environment before printing. This email and any accompanying attachments are confidential. If you received this email by mistake, please delete it from your system. Any review, disclosure, copying, distribution, or use of the email by others is strictly prohibited.
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