FM12/FM2015 script library loses entries

2015-06-24 Thread Sue Thomson
Hi, Folks I have a question for the group: My scripts won't stay in my script library. I have to reload them every time I start FrameMaker. Can anyone suggest a solution, please? (I'm running FM2015 but had the same issue with FM12.) Regards Sue Thomson Sue Thomson MISTC Technical Author EW

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archive follow-up and more

2015-06-24 Thread Ken Poshedly
First, thanks to _all_ for your great advice on the archiving / book packaging feature in FrameMaker. I know now full-well that there's NO chance that we'll upgrade to FM12 or FM2015. There IS the possibility of Squidds Finaliser, but even the links to English-language screens for it come up as

How to clean up unwanted conditionals in book

2015-06-24 Thread Keith Soltys
I have a FrameMaker book in which I’ve been trying to clean up unneeded conditional tags that have crept in over several revisions. If I go into each file and look at the conditional text pod, I see that there are only at most the five conditional tags that I want. However, If I open the book,

Re: archive follow-up and more

2015-06-24 Thread Robert Lauriston
The least painful way to get Publisher docs into FrameMaker is probably via Word, though it might be easier to start from scratch in FM and cut and paste. FrameMaker is the #1 desktop publishing program for tech docs, though as a single-sourcing platform it's probably tied with Flare and there

Re: How to clean up unwanted conditionals in book

2015-06-24 Thread Robert Lauriston
Sometimes there are phantom tags in the book file. You can export to MIF and get rid of those manually. RickQuattro has a script that can delete conditional text tags across a book. Finalyser can also do it. I believe they'll also clean out the cruft from the book file. On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at

Re: How to clean up unwanted conditionals in book

2015-06-24 Thread Robert Lauriston
Conditional text settings are stored in each .fm file. I think book-level conditional text is new in FM 13. On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 10:00 AM, Lin Sims ljsims...@gmail.com wrote: They're stored in the book file, not the individual files. There are two ways to get rid of them as long as you've

Re: How to clean up unwanted conditionals in book

2015-06-24 Thread Lin Sims
They're stored in the book file, not the individual files. There are two ways to get rid of them as long as you've already removed them from the chapter files. 1. Create a new book file and add the chapter files to it. - You'll also have to create a new TOC and reset up any File Properties

RE: How to clean up unwanted conditionals in book

2015-06-24 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi Keith, Do they go away after you Update the book? Rick Quatro Carmen Publishing Inc. 585-366-4017 r...@frameexpert.com From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Keith Soltys Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 12:24 PM

RE: How to clean up unwanted conditionals in book

2015-06-24 Thread Keith Soltys
Duh. Slaps face. I can’t believe I forgot to do that. I think it’s time for a vacation. Thanks, Keith -- Keith Soltys Senior Technical Writer Architecture TMX Group (416) 947-4397 http://www.tmx.com/ From: Rick Quatro [mailto:r...@rickquatro.com] Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 1:21 PM To: