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September 16, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Frame Technology Inc’s X Window version of Framemaker 2.1 has been announced for six separate workstations: Sun, Hewlett-Packard, Apollo, DEC, IBM and Santa Cruz Operation Open Desktop. The Sun, Hewlett and DEC packages have already started shipping; Apollo and IBM will go later this month. The Santa Cruz product isn’t even in beta test yet and probably won’t ship until the end of October. Frame reportedly had some difficulties with Open Desktop, Santa Cruz’s first go with a graphical front-end. A Frame source described it as still buggy and Frame had to rework its software a bit to accommodate Open Desktop anomalies such as its short file names. To run Frame and Open Desktop also takes a lot of power: big desk, big display and 12Mb of memory at least.

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