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ScroogeXHTML - a fast RTF to HTML / XHTML converter for the Java platform

 
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12. June 2013 - Habarisoft released version 4.1 ScroogeXHTML.

ScroogeXHTML for the Java platform is a JavaBean(tm) which can convert a subset of the RTF standard to XHTML and HTML 4.01. It is fast and easy to customize. Full source code and one year free updates are covered by the registration fee.

ScroogeXHTML for the Java platform converts text attributes including background and highlight colors, paragraph attributes including alignment (left, right, centered, justified) and paragraph indent (left, right, first line) and simple numbered or unnumbered lists.

Unicode conversion allows multi-language documents, including simplified and traditional Chinese, Korean and Japanese.

CSS and default font settings help to create optimized documents.

Supported document types are: XHTML 1.0 Strict and Transitional, XHTML Basic 1.0, XHTML Mobile Profile 1.0 (a.k.a WAP 2.0), HTML 4.01 Strict and Transitional.

Home page:
http://www.habarisoft.com/scroogexhtml_java.html

Interactive Online Demo:
http://scroogedemo.appspot.com/sx

 
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