Hey everyone (cross-posting to WWP yahoo groups list...really need help
here),

I'm a fairly experienced Frame and Webworks user (9 years), but this is
the first time I've tried contextual help. The user documentation for
ePub 9.2 is pretty thin, but I have successfully inserted my TopicAlias
markers...and they show up in my Webworks reports. So that is all good.

I'm creating contextual help for a Java client (Swing-based). I was
told by development to just pick my own unique IDs and give them to
them along with my help source, and that they would take it from there.
But I guess they figured they would include the URI to the anchor
ID...which is different than the unique TopicAlias marker ID I gave.

I found the topic.js file that contains the mappings...so what do I
tell the developers? To write code to look in this javascript mapping
file and then find the topic? Please help.

Cheers,
Neil

-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+neil.tubb=solacesystems....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+neil.tubb=solacesystems.com at lists.frameusers.com
] On Behalf Of Jan Homan
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2006 4:48 AM
To: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Cc: Jan Homan
Subject: jagged edges on graphics 

Using pdfFLY (available on Unix, Linux and Windows) you convert any
graphics drawing saved 
in EPS to FrameMaker MIF native format.
Which will solve the jagged edges issue I think.

See http://www.visual-integrity.com for more information.


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