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  Re: 3.7xx: max_extent (re: image resolution) is missing something?  
From: Kenneth
Date: 9 Jun 2017 14:00:07
Message: <web.593ae15b7cb8f4dc883fb31c0@news.povray.org>
clipka <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:

> In most pre-formatted blocks, "<" and ">" are represented as "<" and
> ">", respectively, in both the original Wiki source text as well as
> the compiled help file for POV-Ray for Windows; not so in the case of
> the max_extent example: There, literal "<" and ">" are used in the Wiki
> source, and also exported as such to the compiled help file.
> The Wiki seems to be robust enough to display the text as intended, but
> the help file viewer apparently misinterprets it as a (malformed) HTML
> tag. The text is actually in the help file, but it's not displayed.

If the included help file was 'just' HTML, I would fix it myself. But alas, it's
compiled :-(

(A little side note: I can actually open the help file--in its entirety-- in
Windoze Wordpad. The contents are meaningless of course, mostly symbols. But It
doesn't open likewise in POV-Ray-- just one little 'word.' I thought POV was
robust enough to open and display just about any 'programming language.' But
then again, I'm somewhat naive about 'compiled' languages ('somewhat'?? That's
an understatement!!) ;-)

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