I'm very biased, but I vote for FM plus WebWorks ePublisher. I've used it for
years and I've been very happy with it.
One thing that I'm not sure of is if WebWorks ePublisher supports FM 12. That
doesn't mean that it won't work with FM 12, I just don't think it's been
certified with FM 12, yet.
You can run FM 12 through a trial version:
If you want more information or if you have specific questions, you can contact
me off the list.
> From: "gr...@hedgewizard.net" <gr...@hedgewizard.net>
>Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2014 10:47:54 AM
>Subject: Re: FM 12 + RH 11 OR WebWorks ePublisher
>ePub is quite good at creating PDFs, but there are a couple of caveats:
>1. It does not work on a remote Citrix desktop. (I suspect that it might have
>problems with others, but have no experience with them)
>2. It *really* wants a modern system with lots of RAM (>8GB ) and drive space.
> It will work on lesser machines, but you might as well go see a movie while
>you are waiting.
>Finally: It takes quite a while to get the stationery (templates) set up
>correctly, and there are problems with the stationery for one release not
>always working with another release (or update).
>> On March 12, 2014 at 3:00 PM Robert Lauriston <rob...@lauriston.com> wrote:
>> As long as you're evaluating alternatives, you should check out
>> WebWorks ePublisher. It can use Word, FrameMaker, and/or DITA as
>> source and the output. I haven't looked at its PDF output since my
>> source was in FrameMaker, but it kicked RoboHelp 10 to the curb as far
>> as web help.
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