We use the 1-row, 2-celled table method that Art described and it works well
in both unstructured and structured FM. See pages 1-8, 1-9, 1-17, and the
reference page in the attached file.
However, there is a gotcha when using the TCS to import files into RH. The
graphics are missing from the cell in RH because graphics on the reference
page are not mapped into RH. We have not found an acceptable workaround for
Hitachi Data Systems
[mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com]On Behalf Of Art Campbell
Sent: Monday, July 13, 2009 2:32 PM
To: Larry Kovner
Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Re: Adding graphics in a reference page
An easier way to do this may be to create a 1-row, two-cell table. The
left cell holds a unique tag that only calls the graphic on the
reference page with Frame Above or Below. The right cell holds the
The table will let you adjust more finely because now you have cell
margins and spaces to use to adjust the graphic's position.
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On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 12:01 PM, Larry Kovner<larry at kovner.net> wrote:
> I am developing templates for a client. ?They asked me to create four tags
named Notes, Caution, Warning, Tip.
> They want colored borders above and below each tags and a gif file to
appear (to the left) when text is selected and changed to one of these tags.
> I created four graphic frames with the colored borders (calling them
Note-Top, Note-Bottom, Tip-Top, Tip-Bottom and so on) in the Reference page
of the chapter tempate. ?In Paragraph Designer, when I select
> Frame Above Pgf and Below Pgf for each of the four tags, the colored
border works the way I need it to.
> For the small gif images associated with each of the note tags, ?I
imported the graphic into an anchored frame within the graphic frame. ?It
works. ?The problem is I am unable to customize the spacing around this
image so that is is parallel with the text. when applying the tag to text,
the image is too high above the text, which creates too much space.
> I've tried everything and cannot adjust it to the space requirements I
need. ?Another other option is to insert an anchor by the note and manually
add the graphic, that works, but it's not what they are expecting.
> Looking for some advice.
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