At 17:04 -0600 6/10/06, Combs, Richard wrote: >Charles Grinnell wrote: > >> Anyone knows whether Frame2000 is still available for >> purchase? Thanks in advance! > >Huh? What's a Frame2000? > >It's not a FrameMaker version -- those are (going back to mid-90s) >5.5.6, 6, 7, 7.1, and 7.2.
It is, or was, a plug-in. Found this in the archives, not sure if it helps... > * To: "Free Framers" <framers at xxxxxxxxx> > * Subject: FM 7.1 version p114 > * From: "Thomas Michanek" <thomas.michanek at xxxxxxxxx> > * Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 16:31:31 +0200 > * Cc: <kumar.s.dhanagopal at xxxxxxxxx>, <isaacs at xxxxxxxxx> > * Delivered-to: jeremyg-freeframers:org-ffarchiv at > freeframers.org > * Reply-to: "Thomas Michanek" <thomas.michanek at xxxxxxxxx> > * Sender: owner-framers at xxxxxxxxx > >[ The original message appeared on the FrameUsers mailing list. > This reply is sent only to the "Free Framers" mailing list. > If this reply is useful, consider copying it to FrameUsers. ] > >From: Dov Isaacs <isaacs at xxxxxxxxx> >> At 6/10/2004 11:28 PM, Dhanagopal, Kumar S wrote: >> > I use FM7.1.b023 (on Win XP) on which I need to install a 3rd party >> > plug-in called Frame2000. The vendor of this plug-in says that the >> > plug-in works only with FM7.1.P114. According to Adobe Tech Support, >> > FM7.1.P114 does not exist. The vendor of the plug-in insists that an >> > upgrade/patch is available from Adobe. >> >> Please tell the developer of your plug-in that there is absolutely >> no "upgrade/patch" available from Adobe or elsewhere from >> FrameMaker 7.1 b023. That version is indeed the official English >> released version of FrameMaker 7.1. There may be later builds for >> other languages, but any differences are associated with localization, >> not functionality or bug fixes. > >It's not often that I can say that Dov is wrong, but now it seems >to be the case. There *is* indeed a version FM 7.1 p114, which can >be delivered in two situations, A and B: > [remainder not relevant to Frame2000] -- Steve