Ig Nobel documentation

Subject: Ig Nobel documentation
From: Marc de Piolenc <piolenc -at- archivale -dot- com>
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Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2020 09:46:22 +0800

I have also seized on the mention of Ventura Publisher, a program that I began using in Version 1. Is is permissible to start a thread on reviving that package (there doesn't seem to be a dedicated user group for it)? That software is still, in my opinion, the best for technical and highly structure documents, despite having had no updates for decades.

Like other contributors to this thread, I have had to abandon it since I was forced to "upgrade" to Windows 10.

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