I assume we're talking a hand-crafted screen FOSI right? Because,
behind the scenes, a stylersheet is transformed to a FOSI anyway for
Quoting Paul Nagai <->:
> If the document is table-heavy, you can suppress the graphic display of
> tables for a performance boost.
> If the custom folder is located on the network (and you have network issues)
> or over VPN, you can support a local custom folder on the author's
> workstation that can be manually refreshed (or, perhaps refreshed once a
> day, week, or on trigger ... depends on how fancy you want to get).
> I agree, a screen FOSI would probably be faster than a screen stylersheet,
> especially if you edit it down to only the code relevant for screen display.
> On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 2:44 PM, Jason Aiken
>> I did exactly such research at another job and can confirm that having a
>> screen-only FOSI was better in terms of authoring performance.
>> *From:* Hintz, David L [