That's not what I said. I changed every font to Arial in every file in my book via MIF, using search/replace. If I understand MIF, that should have changed everything - Master Pages, Formats, etc. Upon opening those files, I got warnings that Frame was going to have to substitute Times New Roman for Times. Doing another MIF export, in several places I found Times where I explicitly changed them to Arial. Now this was all before I discovered that fminit folder and its magical custom file. That file was full of Times, so I assume that may be the source of my trouble. I'm not real clear yet on when that template takes precedence or is applied to existing files. I do see that it is documented in the book, so I'll have to read up on that file.
Thanks for your help! Steve Cavanaugh Sr. Technical Writer NAT Seattle Inc. -----Original Message----- From: Lynne A. Price [mailto:lpr...@txstruct.com] Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2006 11:52 AM To: Steve Cavanaugh Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com Subject: RE: font "obsession" (was structured import and pgftag fonts) At 11:35 AM 10/18/2006, Steve Cavanaugh wrote: >Not only did it not stop it, Frame changed a number of them back to >Times after I reimported the files. Steve, Well, if you change something and then import formats from a file that doesn't have the changes, you should expect the original settings to be restored ... --Lynne Lynne A. Price Text Structure Consulting, Inc. Specializing in structured FrameMaker consulting, application development, and training lprice at txstruct.com http://www.txstruct.com voice/fax: (510) 583-1505 cell phone: (510) 421-2284