this kind of manipulation via MIF sounds like a very good idea. I did not check, but I am pretty sure this would work. Best regards - Tino H. Haida Craig Ede: > I wasn't suggesting a table by table approach, but a search and replace > approach of the kind Shmuel describes. Framemaker could do the search and > replace, but Notepad++ is a lot more efficient. > > Notepad++ seems to work using search and replace as follows (for all tables). > You could restrict it to the particular table setting you want removed if > you'd like. > > Use the regular expression option. > > Set Find to <RowMinHeight *.*"> > > Set Replace to <RowMinHeight 0"> > > If you cut & paste a <RowMinHeight x.xxx"> line from the mif, you'll get the > right space and tick marks. > > Here's a JPG showing the options selected in Notepad++. Do a Find Next to > make sure you are getting what you want and then do a replace all. Retain a > copy of your original file. > > Note that you can do the replace on a whole series of open documents. > > Craig > > FROM: Shmuel Wolfson [mailto:shmue...@gmail.com] > SENT: Monday, July 07, 2014 11:42 AM > TO: Craig Ede; Framers > SUBJECT: Re: Removing custom row heights > > Yes, but this could take a long time if you have a lot of tables with a lot > of rows. > > However, if you do the search and replace using a text editor that supports > regular expressions (Notepad++, etc.) this could be a good solution. The > regular expression to search for would be "RowMinHeight [0-9]*.[0-9]*" > (without the quotes) and replace with RowMinHeight 0. > > Shmuel Wolfson > > Technical Writer > > 052-763-7133 > > On 07-Jul-14 7:12 PM, Craig Ede wrote: > >> I set the row heights to zero, which I believe is the default. FrameMaker >> seems to take things over from there using the current paragraph tag to set >> the height to the minimum without obscuring text. >> >> If all your custom settings are the same (for example: "1.56789") you can do >> a simple search and replace in the mif. >> >> Replace: >> >> <RowMinHeight 1.56789"> >> >> with >> >> <RowMinHeight 0"> >> >> It looks to me like you could reset all tables by just removing the >> <RowMinHeight x.xxxxx> line from the mif. That would require a more >> sophisticated find value that used wildcards (or regexp) >> >> Try this on a copy of a file and see if that works for you. >> >> Craig >> >> FROM: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com >> [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] ON BEHALF OF Christenson, Pat >> SENT: Thursday, June 19, 2014 2:36 PM >> TO: email@example.com >> SUBJECT: Removing custom row heights >> >> Almost all our tables have custom row heights - ugh! Does anyone know of a >> way to global reset the row heights to the defaults? I can't find anything >> in FrameMaker so I'm wondering if there's an add-on for it. >> >> FrameMaker 10, Windows 7 Professional >> >> Thanks! >> >> Pat Christenson >> >> Resource Coordinator >> >> Fitzgerald Marketing and Communications >> >> pchristen...@ftportfolios.com
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