CallClient will only work if the custom FDK client was designed to be called
from the outside. FDK clients are not set up this way by default. An
alternative would be to have a FrameScript script do what the FDK client
does, in addition to closing the file. Do you know exactly what the Save Jap
File command is doing?
Otherwise, you could use a macro-type program where you could record all of
the keystrokes involved and then replay it.
> I would like to automate a task that consists of saving all files in a
> book using a *custom* save command that is available through the use
> of a custom FDK client, without reprogramming the client.
> Currently, I have to open the book, open all files inside it, and then
> save them one by one, either selecting "Save Jap File" (the custom
> save command) from the File menu, or by using the keyboard Alt, F, J
> (J being the short cut for this command), Ctrl+F4 to close the file.
> Once books get bigger, this gets tedious very quickly.
> I wonder if Framescript can help here (there's the CallClient command,
> but I can't figure out whether this could be used for my purpose), or
> another batch type tool. Thanks for your help in advance.
> By the way, Frame is 5.5.6+SGML, and the files are structured.