Correct. "Set window to page" would only apply to the current tab. But
again, you could select all files in book and then select View>Zoom>Set
window to page (or Alt+v,z,w).
On 25-Feb-15 12:48 PM, Steve Rickaby wrote:
At 10:14 +0000 25/2/15, Steve Rickaby wrote:
I guess what I was hoping for was that 'fit window to page' could somehow be
set to be the default state of a document view. Maybe it cannot. As FrameMaker
can now save workspaces, it would be nice if a saved workspace included view
defaults, but maybe they don't quite fit the paradigm.
It gets worse! When two or more documents are open in a tabbed view, switching
document tabs often seems to remove the 'set window to page' setting. This is
really annoying, and with the workspace I've got set up, means that a bunch of
pods on the right-hand side (I'm left-handed) are repeatedly overlaid by a
large blank gray area, requiring 'set window to page' to be repeatedly
re-selected again. Can this really be the intended behavior?
I'm running FrameMaker 12 under Win7 in Parallels, but that should not make any
difference, although what happens when switching views sometimes seems to be
affected by whether or not full-screen viewing is enabled. An app like
FrameMaker shouldn't make more fingerwork for users.
I guess I'm just grumbling, so I'll stop, but it anyone has experience of
taming document window behavior in when using FrameMaker in Parallels I'd be
happy to hear about it.
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