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>>The test shouldn't be to find out if they have Advanced knowledge of
FM...it should be an advanced knowledge of what you USE in FM for your book
I'm assuming the "you" above is the company one is testing for. Without
knowing what the company uses, I would be prepared for anything.
>Not tagged. Never do that.
Tagged PDFs should be used unless there is a problem with using the setting.
They are required for PDF reviews, 508 accessibility, Acrobat editing and
*Non-tagged PDFs tend to treat each line as a separate paragraph, while
tagged PDFs "remember" the paragraph
The HTML Macro doesn't really make much sense since the switch from
wiki markup to XHTML in Confluence 4. It's disabled by default.
In Confluence Server, you can install the Source Editor plugin and paste HTML.
You can also copy rendered HTML in a browser and paste it in the
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More signs that Atlassian is a screwed-up company: they resolve bugs
as Fixed when they have not in fact fixed them.
Or they resolve them as Won't Fix on the theory that if they haven't
fixed them in a few years, no one cares.
I have found that RTF is a much more robust and dependable format than Word
.docx format. No surprise there.
We always used Tags in PDF, so we have a relatively seamless exchange in
> On Apr 18, 2018, at 12:57, Böðvar Björgvinsson wrote:
> Thanks. Good
1. Word is the only supported import format.
2. If you use the standard Heading1 etc. it can break things up into
topics, but subtopics will be sorted alphabetically.
3. Auto-numbered paragraphs are converted to literal text.
4. Cross-references are lost.
It's bizarre to me that Atlassian doesn't
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Thanks. Good to know! :-)
On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 4:46 PM, Mike Wickham wrote:
> If you're going to convert to Word from PDF, you might want to used tagged
> PDF for the conversion. Original PDF was not interested in the data, only
> its position. PDFs
If you're going to convert to Word from PDF, you might want to used
tagged PDF for the conversion. Original PDF was not interested in the
data, only its position. PDFs purpose is page layout. The idea of PDF is
to create a document that looks exactly the same on every computer
screen, with no
The test shouldn't be to find out if they have Advanced knowledge of FM...it
should be an advanced knowledge of what you USE in FM for your book of work.
Example...I'd fail on the use for GREP... but in my environment, GREP would be
of no purpose.
You aren't Adobe and looking for a support
I would look at a number of things...
First, is one looking for a technical writer or a strict Frame production
person? If the former, writing style is more important than Frame knowledge
_IF_ the person has an openness to learn new/different programs and workflow
Second, 50% of any
Not tagged. Never do that.
On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 12:09 AM, Mike Wickham wrote:
> It might depend on whether the PDF was saved as tagged PDF or not.
> Mike Wickham
> On 4/17/2018 12:35 PM, Böðvar Björgvinsson wrote:
>> Peter Gold,
>> pdf-ed by
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