[SIGCIS-Members] institutaioal access to the journal Informationstechnik

Martin Schmitt schmitt at zzf-potsdam.de
Tue Sep 17 08:03:54 PDT 2019

Hi Dave,

please find the article in your mailbox

I think the most interesting part is for you on page 
"Hier hat Etude, die Ausgangsbasis für Interleaf, sicher Pate gestanden: die Zeilen-Formatierung und die Seiten-Formatierung erfolgen getrennt, d.h. die Komponenten werden zunächst in sogenannte "galleys" formatiert, das sind in vertikaler Rich- tung endlose "Papierstreifen". Erst wenn nach einer Texteingabe diese interne Formatierung der Komponenten wieder in Ordnung gebracht ist, wird vom System untersucht, welche Komponen- ten sich verschoben haben, und für diese werden die Galleys neu in Seiten umgebrochen.“

Which means that Etude was the base for the document format of Interleaf, even though they say it is only possible to speculate about this connection. Let me know if I could help you translate the German into English


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> Am 17.09.2019 um 16:22 schrieb dave walden <dave.walden.family at gmail.com>:
> Hello,
> Does anyone on this list have institutional access to the 1986 issues of Informationstechnik?
> I am wondering if the following article 
>     Matthias Blumenfeld
>     "Interleaf: die Integration von Text und Grafik"
>      <https://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/it/it28.html#Blumenfeld86>Informationstechnik 28(6) <https://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/it/it28.html#Blumenfeld86>: 377-385 (1986)
> has anything more about the history of the Interleaf company than is on the first page of the article which is at
>  <https://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/it/it28.html#Blumenfeld86>https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/itit.1986.28.issue-6/itit.1986.28.6.377/itit.1986.28.6.377.xml
>  <https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/itit.1986.28.issue-6/itit.1986.28.6.377/itit.1986.28.6.377.xml>... that is, more about the connection between the Etude editor project and the forming of Interleaf.. <https://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/it/it28.html#Blumenfeld86>
> If it does, I can figure out how to pay $42 to access the article.  If the rest of the article is only about the Interleaf technology and why it was good, then I have enough from the first page.
> I am working on a history of the Interleaf desktop publishing and document management company.
> Thanks, Dave
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