I believe the Asian-language doc for FrameMaker 7 was made obsolete by
support for Unicode added in FM8. It's online:

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FrameMaker/8.0/chinese_korean.pdf

The newly revised FM12 docs cover that under "Asian language support."

On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 1:16 AM, Klaus Daube <fr...@daube.ch> wrote:
> Can somebody please refresh my memory?
>
> In http://www.daube.ch/docu/fmaker69.html I say:
> «
> Getting Started guides: At least since FM-8 these guides have disappeared. 
> It's my
> impession that newcomers are not considered a relevant group of users by 
> Adobe.
>
> User Guides: Until FM ??? you got a thick manual. Starting with FM-??? the 
> box only
> contains a DVD with the program and help files have been dislocated from your 
> PC to
> the web. The manual from FrameTechnology for FM-5 was 5cm thick (due to the 
> chaper-
> page numbering the number of pages is difficult to get). Adobes manual for 
> FM-7 has
> 660 pages. Obviously some information must have been streamlined - or left 
> out. Some
> special information in separate online-manuals (e.g. concerning asian 
> languages or
> customisation of FM) has not been put forwared to newer versions of FM.
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