Hi Theresa, hi Lin, 

this problem is known for older versions of FrameMaker, where it was
necessary to replace these characters in MIF. 

FM 8 is the first version to understand Unicode and to distinguish these
characters well. 

But, apart from this technical matter, I am wondering about the choice
of the apostrophe for all quotes. 

AFAIK, the opening single character in English docs would be Alt+145,
the closing single character is Alt+146. You should not use one
character in both cases. 

Best regards - Tino H. Haida, Berlin 

Lin Sims: 

> I'm surprised. Frame's usually so good about finding those weird things.
> OK, this part I'm not sure will work, but according to the help.adobe.com [1] 
> website, you can search for Unicode characters using their UTF-8 hex code and 
> x.
> So for your first character, in the Find box, type 'xCABB' (without the quote 
> characters. For your second character, type 'xCABC' (without the quote 
> characters. (I got the UTF-8 hex codes from 
> http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode [2]).
> I don't have any files using those codes, so I can't test it. :( 
> Let me know if it works so I can put it into my bag of tricks, too. 
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 1:47 PM, Theresa de Valence <t...@bstw.com> wrote:
> On 7/30/2014 11:58 AM, Lin Sims wrote:
> If it were me, I'd copy one of the Australian ones into the "Find" box,
> then copy the one you want it to be into the Replace box, then click
> Change All, making sure Book is selected. For me that doesn't quite work. 
> There's something in Frame which decides a curved apostrophe is the same as 
> an uncurved apostrophe.

Lin Sims 

[1] http://help.adobe.com
[2] http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode

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