Silly me. Turned out the Visible/Hidden settings in the Conditions dialog box were the culprit. Now I know, and I generated the help versions successfully.
Thanks a million, Yves! David David Schor Senior Technical Writer MSSI - Marvell Software Solutions Israel Tel: (+972) 3 7662823 Cellular: (+972) 54 4788253 E-mail: dschor at marvell.com Web: www.marvell.com On 9/4/07, Yves Barbion <yves.barbion at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi David, > > check the Show/Hide settings in WebWorks Publisher, not in FrameMaker. I > don't know which version of WebWorks you are using, but remember a bug > WebWorks 7 where the Show/Hide settings didn't work for a complete > FrameMaker book. I had to select a specific file in my WebWorks project and > set the Show/Hide settings file by file. > > Good luck. > > > -- > Yves Barbion > Documentation Architect > Adobe-Certified FrameMaker Instructor > ____________________________________ > > > > On 9/4/07, David Schor <dsch.tw at gmail.com> wrote: > > > > Is there a bug or limitation regarding FrameMaker Conditional Text Tag > names? > > I received a base document with several different conditions > > reflecting various model names within the same product family. > > Examples of tag names are: > > > > ABC2024 > > ABC224D > > ABC208 > > ADE208 > > ADE224 > > AFG208 > > and so on > > > > After setting the system to show the first ABC condition but hide the > > latter two, I generated Help files in Webworks but the other ABC > > conditions showed. > > > > In an experiment, I changed one of the conditions to ABC_208, and lo > > and behold, ABC_208 stayed hidden. However, ABC224D remains in the > > document when it shouldn't. According to this pattern, would I have to > > change this to ABC__224D for FM to recognize the difference? > > > > And what if I need to add additional variations to a name like > > ABC2024G and ABC2024F? Does Frame not recognize the difference? > > > > Hope you can help me, > > > > Thanks, > > David > >