> Does anyone know of a plugin or script that will print out paragraph > format properties from a FrameMaker document? Thanks.
Systec has a Format List plugin that's great for this. Unlike the Silicone Prairie plugin, which puts the properties for each paragraph format in its own table-- and then you have to manually sort through them-- the Systec plugin creates one large table, with separate columns for each property. So it's very easy to scan down a column and find that odd paragraph format that still has Times New Roman assigned to it, instead of, say, the Palatino font you chose for all non-heading text. Or scan down the list and notice a stray paragraph format that has 9-pt type set, instead of 10-pt, like all the others. The only bad thing about Systec is their Web site. It's one of the most horrible out there. It's full of dead links, extremely hard to navigate, price lists are buried (if there at all) and you may have to click the EN link at the top of the page to turn on English, or you'll get German. There are several versions of their plugins and the site does an equally lousy job of describing them. You can try this link: http://www.systec-gmbh.com/en/sites/toolbox.php Anyway, I'm running FrameMaker 7.1, and show Toolbox version 18.104.22.168. As I recall, you download the Toolbox 7.x package. When you install it, it installs a few free utilities, and then there are, I think, four optional packages you can choose to buy (or not). Package 1 contains Format List and other plugins, and costs $89. There is also a new 7.6x version that appears to let you buy the plugins individually, instead of as grouped packages. I couldn't find prices on the site, however. Systec makes great plugins, but their Web site violates the Geneva Convention for torture. Mike Wickham