There may be a setting in the fminit file that controls the menu options
for line widths.
If that's not available, consider creating a library file of empty frames
to keep in a central location, and import them by cross-reference.
On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 7:48 AM, Michael Heine <mhe...@uwo.ca> wrote:
> Alan -
> I was stuck with the same problem. Copying from earlier versions hadn't
> occurred to me, a good idea. I guess there'll have to be hairlines on them
> there reference pages from now on. Why would the >1 pt option be removed?
> Strange notion, that.
> Message: 6
> Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2017 16:48:21 +0000
> From: "Alan Salo (Ariens Plant 1)"<as...@ariens.com>
> To:"email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [Framers] Hairline Frame Borders
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> Hello all,
> We just updated to FM2017 and are unable to find a feature available in
> earlier versions.
> Our publication style requires a black hairline (.5 line weight) for
> anchored frames surrounding illustrations. Now it appears that "1" is the
> lowest width available on the slider bar when adding a new frame.
> How do I set my line weights to allow this thinner line as a default? At
> this point we've resorted to copying and pasting .5 frames from 2015 files.
> Alan Salo | Manager, Technical Publications
> Michael Heine
> Western University
> London Canada
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