You're right Rick,

that's how I proceeded to learn, first by looking closely at existing 
scripts to get the most useful routines and then modifying them a bit. I'm 
still at beginner's level but some scripts help me already a lot 
(BookClearChangebars at book level and SaveBookasMIF, really helpful as 
first step of a localization process (FM -> MIF)).

You can feel it's really a powerful tool.

Mathieu.


>From: "Rick Quatro" <frameexpert at truevine.net>
>To: "Diane Gaskill" <dgcaller at earthlink.net>,<framers at 
>lists.frameusers.com>
>Subject: Re: How long to learn FrameScript?
>Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 15:28:23 -0500
>
>Hi Diane,
>
>It depends on how much time you are willing to invest and what kind of 
>projects you are going to practice with. I would say that you can get up to 
>speed with it in a couple of months if you faithfully work with it an hour 
>a day. I may be way off on my estimate, but if it makes you feel any 
>better, I am still learning after more than 8 years of working with it.
>
>At the risk of sounding self-serving, some of my clients have learned by 
>buying a few scripts first and then learning from them, especially if they 
>are well-commented. One thing I can say without hesitation: whether you buy 
>scripts or write your own (or a combination of both), FrameScript will pay 
>for itself very quickly. Well-planned automation is a benefit to any 
>workflow.
>
>When you buy FrameScript, make sure you work through the free tutorials on 
>my web site. You should also join the FrameScript group at 
>http://groups.yahoo.com.
>
>Rick Quatro
>Carmen Publishing
>585-659-8267
>www.frameexpert.com
>
>
>
>>Hi all,
>>
>>I'm considering asking my manager to buy FrameScript for me and I have to
>>justify it of course.  Does anyone have any data on how long it takes to
>>become reasonably proficient using it. I have 4 years of sw dev experience
>>and 15 years of FM experience.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>Diane
>>
>>
>
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