Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Lin Sims
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Eva Whitley eva.whit...@noaa.gov wrote: Well, after literally hours of work, I've managed to trace the problem to a bad second level heading that was causing the re-set. However, fixing it meant trying to re-do the autonumbering on the headings, and I just

RE: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Combs, Richard
Eva Whitley wrote: Well, after literally hours of work, I've managed to trace the problem to a bad second level heading that was causing the re-set. However, fixing it meant trying to re-do the autonumbering on the headings, and I just can't figure out how to structure the headings so

Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Eva Whitley
Well, after literally hours of work, I've managed to trace the problem to a bad second level heading that was causing the re-set. However, fixing it meant trying to re-do the autonumbering on the headings, and I just can't figure out how to structure the headings so Heading 1.1 in Section 2

RE: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Matt Sullivan
[mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Lin Sims Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 1:00 PM To: Eva Whitley Cc: framers@lists.frameusers.com Subject: Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Eva Whitley eva.whit...@noaa.gov wrote: Well, after

RE: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Fred Ridder
Lin Sims offered Eva some good advice on numbering: Remember when using a numbering string to provide it with a series tag (e.g., H: for headings) and to have the same number of blocks in each tag's string. That is, if your Heading1 is 1. and Heading2 is 1.1 and resets after each

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Eva Whitley
Well, after literally hours of work, I've managed to trace the problem to a bad second level heading that was causing the re-set. However, fixing it meant trying to re-do the autonumbering on the headings, and I just can't figure out how to structure the headings so Heading 1.1 in Section 2

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Lin Sims
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Eva Whitley wrote: > Well, after literally hours of work, I've managed to trace the problem > to a bad second level heading that was causing the re-set. However, > fixing it meant trying to re-do the autonumbering on the headings, and I > just can't figure out how

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Combs, Richard
Eva Whitley wrote: > Well, after literally hours of work, I've managed to trace the problem > to a bad second level heading that was causing the re-set. However, > fixing it meant trying to re-do the autonumbering on the headings, and I > just can't figure out how to structure the headings so

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Matt Sullivan
boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Lin Sims Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 1:00 PM To: Eva Whitley Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com Subject: Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Eva Whitley wrote: > Well, after li

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-22 Thread Fred Ridder
Lin Sims offered Eva some good advice on numbering: > Remember when using a numbering string to provide it with a series tag > (e.g., "H:" for headings) and to have the same number of blocks in > each tag's string. > > That is, if your Heading1 is "1." and Heading2 is "1.1" and resets > after

RE: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-15 Thread maryann
Note to TCS1 users? My heading and body pgf formats have the following autonumber format so that they restart the list numbering: N: =0 =0 If you are using TCS1 to pull in FM files and build help, using: N: =0 =0 may not re-set your number lists to one. Due to a bug, I found I

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-15 Thread mary...@hikaripub.com
Note to TCS1 users? >My heading and body pgf formats have the following autonumber format >so that they restart the list numbering: >N:< =0>< =0> If you are using TCS1 to pull in FM files and build help, using: N:< =0>< =0> may not re-set your number lists to one. Due to a

RE: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-14 Thread Combs, Richard
qui...@airmail.net wrote: I would note, that while the series letter is very important, and will regularize the numbering stream, it seems likely that Eva is using a single stream in order to restart the numbering sequence at the start of each section/chapter without using a separate start

Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-14 Thread quills
Richard, I agree with simplifying, however, that may not be possible in a corporate environement with numerous documents that use the same template. Without a lot of effort. The reasoning behind using a reset of the stream by a previous paragraph number is to automate the numbering without

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-14 Thread Combs, Richard
quills at airmail.net wrote: > I would note, that while the series letter is very important, and will > regularize the numbering stream, it seems likely that Eva is using a > single stream in order to restart the numbering sequence at the start of > each section/chapter without using a separate

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-14 Thread qui...@airmail.net
Richard, I agree with simplifying, however, that may not be possible in a corporate environement with numerous documents that use the same template. Without a lot of effort. The reasoning behind using a reset of the stream by a previous paragraph number is to automate the numbering without

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Eva Whitley
First off, thanks to all those who helped me with my document containing both 81/2x11 and 11x17 pages. As suggested, I pulled out the 11x17 pages into a new document that will be another chapter in the book. Now I'm seeing a problem in autonumbering that is defying all my newbie efforts to

Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread quills
Check that the styles with numbering formats that fall between those tables are replicating the proper stream. Someone is either off a placeholder, or resetting your numbers. Scott Eva Whitley wrote: First off, thanks to all those who helped me with my document containing both 81/2x11 and

Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Art Campbell
In the book file, select each chapter, then right click and select Numbering Paragraphs. Is it set to increment? And did you update and save the book before checking the table numbering, to force a refresh? Art Art Campbell art.campb...@gmail.com ... In my opinion, there's

Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Art Campbell
Scott's idea is something I didn't notice when you published your numbering strings. Insert a letter in front of the string to specify a unique numbering stream -- you can have 50+ of them, but it's best to make each type unique. Specifying a specific stream ensures that other tags won't reset

RE: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Matt Sullivan
...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Art Campbell Sent: Monday, April 13, 2009 1:18 PM To: Eva Whitley; framers@lists.frameusers.com Subject: Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker Scott's idea is something I didn't notice when you published your numbering strings. Insert a letter

Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread quills
- From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Art Campbell Sent: Monday, April 13, 2009 1:18 PM To: Eva Whitley; framers@lists.frameusers.com Subject: Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker Scott's idea is something I didn't

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Eva Whitley
First off, thanks to all those who helped me with my document containing both 81/2"x11" and 11"x17" pages. As suggested, I pulled out the 11"x17" pages into a new document that will be another chapter in the book. Now I'm seeing a problem in autonumbering that is defying all my newbie efforts

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Art Campbell
In the book file, select each chapter, then right click and select Numbering > Paragraphs. Is it set to increment? And did you update and save the book before checking the table numbering, to force a refresh? Art Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion,

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread qui...@airmail.net
Check that the styles with numbering formats that fall between those tables are replicating the proper stream. Someone is either off a placeholder, or resetting your numbers. Scott Eva Whitley wrote: > First off, thanks to all those who helped me with my document containing > both 81/2"x11"

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Art Campbell
Scott's idea is something I didn't notice when you published your numbering strings. Insert a letter in front of the string to specify a unique numbering stream -- you can have 50+ of them, but it's best to make each type unique. Specifying a specific stream ensures that other tags won't reset

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread Matt Sullivan
ramers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Art Campbell Sent: Monday, April 13, 2009 1:18 PM To: Eva Whitley; framers at lists.frameusers.com Subject: Re: Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker Scott's idea is something I didn't notice when you published your numbering strings.

Weird autonumbering problem with Framemaker

2009-04-13 Thread qui...@airmail.net
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