If you're looking for the complete (as far as I know) list of plugins 
available for FrameMaker, check out our ToolSearch database ..

    http://www.leximation.com/toolsearch/?type=P&baseapp=FM

This database includes tools other that FM plugins as well, but you can 
filter on specific types. If you know of plugins (or other interesting 
publishing-related tools), please let me know!

...scott

Scott Prentice
Leximation, Inc.
www.leximation.com
+1.415.485.1892



Gordon McLean wrote:
> Whilst it may be wrong to compare this scenario to one offered by a free
> product...
>
> Firefox and extensions anyone? Add in some charges/licensing and you have
> what seems to be a good model that is flexible enough for everyone involved,
> including Adobe?
>
> I agree with Shlomo, I think a lot of people use FM out of the box, and I'd
> guess that it's largely because it's not made obvious that there ARE
> plugins, and then once you are aware they exist, finding them can be quite
> tricky (that list of Index plugins includes some I've never even heard
> of...).
>
> Gordon
>
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: RE: Frame's future
>
> Licensing and integrating existing plug-ins is an excellent way to extend
> functionality of a core product. In response to Hedley's suggestion, I
> mentioned the DITA and Apply Master Pages plug-ins as examples for plug-ins
> that are already incorporated into FrameMaker.
>
> There are many high-quality plug-ins out there that could significantly
> improve the end user experience -- handling tables, indexing, markers,
> conversion, manage formats, archiving, and many more. The FrameScript
> runtime is also a great idea.
>
> Even though some of the existing 3rd party add-ons are low cost (or even
> free), my impression is that the vast majority of FrameMaker users use
> FrameMaker as it comes out of the box (this is probably true with respect to
> other products).
>
>
> Shlomo Perets
>
>
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