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Domino Designer 6: A Developer’s Handbook by Gustavo Pecly, Grant McCarthy, Pekka Hartikainen, Andre Guirard, Rune Carlsen, Tommi Tulisalo

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15.6. Working with rich text in LotusScript and Java

Most of the new rich text functionality is available through new classes and methods of the Domino Object Model.

Certain “front-end” functions (see discussion about “front-end/back-end” in 14.2, “The Domino Object Model” on page 565) are available only when working on documents in edit mode, using the NotesUIDocument class. Since there is no equivalent Java class, these functions aren’t available in Java. In addition, the rich text classes, methods, and properties that are new in Notes 6 are not available in Java in the 6.0 release. We expect these functions to be available in a point release.

In this section, we discuss the LotusScript implementation of the classes only. For those functions ...

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