‘With that first machine we also bought a modem and we were sending type to our typesetter electronically,’ says Mooberry.
The invention of the Arabic typesetter by a Maronite monastic priest in Lebanon was a reflection of the French supremacy over the Levant and their constant support of the Maronite sect in cultural, political, and economic affairs.
‘Soft-proofing’ is a service offered in conjunction with our typesetter that will allow authors to access the proof pages of their articles through the Internet.
The Open Source world, however, has an excellent music typesetter in GNU Lilypond, which now runs natively on Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Our typesetters work on Macintosh systems and use QuarkXPress.