|Tino's instructions are wonderful, but I wanted to clarify one portion…|
In the Structure menu, you will find Edit Application Definitions and Edit Global Application Definitions. While both will open a copy of structapps.fm, you may find the first one (the non-global) to be easier to work with, as it is intended for your "custom" applications, and doesn't include the various DITA, DocBook, etc. applications provided by default. This will simplify Tino's paragraph referenced above.
Also, Structure Tools > Structured Application Designer will provide you with a dialog which helps you define the files used (and referenced by Tino) in the application.
One last "interesting" piece of trivia: Each time you modify the structapps.fm, be sure to save your changes, and to use the Structure Tools > Read Application Definitions command. If you forget (and even the best of us occasionally do…) then you will not see the effects of your changes until you restart Fm11.
On Oct 24, 2013, at 12:50 PM, Heiko Haida <i...@heiko-haida.de> wrote:
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