Hi Theresa de Valence

Thanks for reporting the issues.

I have seen the your post on the forum, Arnis 
Gubins<https://forums.adobe.com/people/Arnis%20Gubins> Sep 10, 2014 6:17 PM (in 
response to TdeV1<https://forums.adobe.com/message/6719491#6719491>) has 
already responded how to customize the styles.

I am providing some more links which may help you


To override output specific css use "Override Style: Import a .css file to 
override the defined output 

- chapters out of order

We have also observed this, if any chapter is not part of TOC, then it appends 
that in last, We are providing fix of this in our next update coming soon.

- error message when Table of Contents item is clicked

                We will look into it, Please provide us a sample document where 
it repro, that will help us for speedy investigation.

Regarding CSS, FM keep a single css for style mapping that you can set it 
though import style in style mapping dialog. And you can export the css if you 
did any customization though FM CSS editor.

Please let me know if you need any help.


Amit Jha


Message: 3

Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2014 18:04:35 -0500

From: Theresa de Valence <t...@bstw.com<mailto:t...@bstw.com>>

To: "framers@lists.frameusers.com<mailto:framers@lists.frameusers.com>" 

Subject: Troubleshooting Frame 12's Publish pod

Message-ID: <5410d903.1010...@bstw.com<mailto:5410d903.1010...@bstw.com>>

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My unstructured Frame book autonumbers correctly, generates TOC, saves to pdf 
and displays correctly.

I?ve minor experience creating html newsletters, so I?ve seen a CSS. I 
understand enough about ePub to know that a CSS will control formatting.

Using Frame 12?s Publish feature, the ePub is generated successfully.

The epub has

-chapters out of order,

-a correct TOC (from fm book files), but an error message when Table of 
Contents item is clicked on ("The file x.htm does not exist") [from Sigil, an 
ebook publisher, which shows the content of epubs] -a CSS for every file in the 

Previously I thought that the left hand (Frame) didn?t know what the right 
(CSS) was doing, or how elements related to each other, and so I needed to use 
a structured Frame document to establish the relationship.

I?ve been told that?s incorrect.

I now understand that Frame 12?s ability to publish to epub, etc. is derived 
from Robohelp, but it?s been a trillion years since I used Robohelp, so that 
doesn?t help me. I haven?t had a copy of Robohelp on my machine for decades, so 
I can?t see this live.

In the Publish pod, edit Settings, a Style Mapping dialogue shows all of the 
current document?s paragraph tags. Selecting one paratag (the left

hand) displays a choice of "output" (the right hand). (I posted the screen 
images to adobe.com forum here:

https://forums.adobe.com/message/6715414#6715414 )

Where does this list of output styles (elements) come from? Adobe?s 
programmers? An accident of fate? What defines what that format is? Is this 
where the CSS comes from?

Since I?m publishing rubbish, have I inadvertently massaged my Settings file? 
Where do I find an uncorrupted one?

I can understand tweaking a CSS to make it better, but I can?t understand if I 
haven?t created a CSS in the first place.

Ideas or pointers are appreciated.





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