Fair enough
I include my system details below.

I suspect that my problem has to do with the Framemaker source files as the 
rest is unchanged from FM version 7.2 apart from my Windows Service pack 3.
In particular Fm crashes when encountering files with text insets in tables on 
master pages or sometimes when I change the object properties on body pages and 
remove the "room for sidehad setting"

My system settings:

Windows xp sp 3
FM8.0p277
2 GB ram
756 MB virtual memory
Acrobat Profession 7.2
Files on server
Graphics are .png imported by reference
Lots of text insets used by several books

Best regards,

Verner


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-----Original Message-----

From: Art Campbell [mailto:art.campb...@gmail.com] 
Sent: 12. marts 2009 12:19
To: Andersen, Verner Engell VEA
Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Re: FM 8 crashes again and again

On my systems, 8 is more stable than 7 was, especially on book actions. 9 is 
also fine.

Given others' experiences, I'd guess that your problems are caused by one or 
more things in your environment, but you didn't provide any details.

If you provide some details on your system (FM and Acrobat versions, OS, RAM, 
temp space) and your environment (files local or on a server, type of graphics 
and imported by reference or copied, and so on) I'm sure the usual suspects 
would be happy to generate some things to look at.

Art

Art Campbell
               art.campbell at gmail.com
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On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 5:56 AM, Andersen, Verner Engell VEA <verner.andersen 
at radiometer.dk> wrote:
> I just counted. My Framemaker 8 crashed more than 80 times since June 
> last year. Framemaker 7 was so stable and robust.
>
> It happens when I update the book, generate pdfs and often I cannot 
> see action that should cause the crash.
>
> Do you experience the same? Is FM 9 more stable?
>
> Med venlig hilsen - Best regards
> Verner Andersen
> Technical Writer
>
> Radiometer Medical ApS
> Phone +45 3827 3612
> Fax +45 3827 2727
> verner.andersen at radiometer.dk
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>
>
> Radiometer Medical ApS
> Akandevej 21
> 2700 Bronshoj
> Denmark
> Phone: +45 38 27 38 27
> CVR: 27 50 91 85
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