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
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MSSI - Marvell Software Solutions Israel
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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
> >

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