Hey Rick, framers,

Rick, thanks for your tip, however in this case it didn't work. Here's why:

After looking through the mif and experimenting with different
formatting in the edd, I've found the problem, but I have no idea why
it's ending up like this.

Frame seems to be inserting font data on the strings themselves
--overriding the combined fonts defined by the elements. Does anyone
have any idea of how I could stop frame from doing this? I can
manually set the font with a text rule, but frame still nests the
combined fonts too deeply in the mif, so frame's fonts override them.

 I could write an fdk client to eliminate the font information
manually, but I'm hoping that someone who knows more than me could
offer me some ideas as to what's going on and why frame's putting in
that font data.

Thanks for everybody's help and input,

Noah



 On 10/12/06, Rick Quatro  <frameexpert at truevine.net> wrote:
>   Hi Noah,
>
> I am not sure what is causing this by try this after you import the XML.
>
> 1) Choose File > Import > Element Definitions.
>
> 2) Leave Current selected in the Import from Document popup. Check the
> Format Rule Overrides checkbox and click Import.
>
> Rick Quatro
> Carmen Publishing
> 585-659-8267
>  www.frameexpert.com
>
>
> > Hey all,
> >
> > I'm having a very strange problem with my structure application. When I
> > import an xml file, none of the fonts follows the paragraph tags(which are
> > assigned by the edd, they show up just fine in the pgftag bar and menu,
> > but
> > the fonts just don't apply for some reason). They seem to be inheriting
> > the
> > font information from the root element instead.
> >
> > However if I just insert an element manually the font follows the pgftag
> > correctly.
> >
> > Does anyone have any idea what could be causing this?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Noah
> > _______________________________________________
>
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