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MHTML technology is composed of three elements: The MHTML document object is a package containing a source text string and the minimum set of glyphs required to display the text.
The MHTML viewer, implemented as a Java applet, displays an MHTML document object on a Web browser using only the glyphs enclosed in the object.
The MHTML server, with the viewer applet and a font bank, converts an HTML document into MHTML using the glyphs defined in the font bank.
The four major advantages of MHTML technology begin with its simple user environment where the user installs only a Java-enabled browser.
Third, a rich set of languages can be viewed on a client using a set of MHTML servers distributed on the Internet rather than a single MHTML server; each MHTML server has a small set of easy-to-install fonts.
The conversion ratio of MHTML, such as the ratio between a document object and its source, is better than that of the image-based technology.
A fundamental difference between WF and MHTML is that in WE font information is added to an HTML text and a client compatible with WF requires no additional software.
The user can access a foreign document through the gateway and browse it on the MHTML viewer running on his or her Web viewer.
We developed MHTML as an inexpensive technology to enable users to browse multilingual documents.
8226; /vml/ Shapes are not preserved on MHTML import
8226; MHTML to PDF export - A yellow colored box is misplaced
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