I'm guessing that it has a similar concept as the folks at, I think they're
called, Newlook.  You tell the software what to look for at certain coordinates
(your "style" pattern) and it replicates that to additional panels.

Like looking for "Opt " as the first word of a line to know that what follows is
a subfile.

But I think their product is a screen scraper.

> From: Nathan M. Andelin <nandelin@relational-data.com>
> > From: <jkrueger@andrewscg.com>
> > > The Innovator folks have this piece of the problem solved -- instead
> > > of creating templates, they build a knowledgebase...
> >
> > The term "knowledgebase" is sufficiently vague to conjure up a variety of
> > images.  It's like "artificial intelligence".  What does it mean?
> >


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