Ok, sorry for answering my own question a bit, but http://linuxtoday.com/stories/4502_flat.html suggests that they will
have a slightly customised KDE.
Now, another question. How are Corel going to make money? WordPerfect is free at the mo right? so are they going to make
oodles on support? Does that mean the product has to have a certain level of buggyness? :)
From: Conor O'Gorman <conor at cognet.demon.nl>
>From: Firestart <kanall at tinet.ie>
>>>I found this on linuxtoday.com's press mailing list:
>>>>http://www.ireland.com/newspaper/finance/1999/0330/fin12.htm>>>>>Just to add some detail. This irish times article, referring to an interview with corel ceo, says that corel will
>introduce a 'new interface' for linux. All european language support being done here.
>>Eh, anyone know anything about a 'new interface'? This is rather a large escalation of corel's involvement with linux
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