I'm not sure there ever was a 16-bit version. It was originally developed on a 32-bit Sun-2 workstation and Windows 3.11 supported Win32s. On Sat, Jun 23, 2018 at 2:34 AM, Klaus Daube wrote: > Dear all, > > We know that the first Windows port of FM was for Win 3.11 must have been a > 16-bit >
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What a shame. I remember when the Adobe folks were the good guys. Tammy, please keep us updated on your Flare experience. — Donna Reynolds ___ This message is from the Framers mailing list Send messages to firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the
Thanks for the update, Tammy. Glad to hear that somehow at least one empowered Adobe employes was able to take action and restore your license. Let's hope that this indicates that the system might be getting the attention to fix the issue for the rest of us. I received an email about my AdobeID
Thank you Klaus, I appreciate the link to your code. Rick. -Original Message- From: Framers On Behalf Of Klaus Daube Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2018 6:54 AM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [Framers] ExtendScript function for creating a unique id On 20 Jun 2018 at 16:42, Rick
Hi Klaus, >From memory I was using FrameMaker 4 and then FrameBuilder on Windows 3.11. They were both 32 bit versions running on the Win 32S 32-bit sub-system. It was quite unreliable with the Win32s often crashing and leaving FrameMaker running but without any connection to the OS, very weird.
On 20 Jun 2018 at 16:42, Rick Quatro wrote: > When I right + click on an element, I can choose Assign ID to Element. Is > there an ExtendScript function or method for doing this? Thanks. Rick, for my temporary variables in FM-calc.jsx I wanted to have such a function and ended up to create a
Dear all, We know that the first Windows port of FM was for Win 3.11 must have been a 16-bit version. And According to the Sneak Peak review at the tekom last november we know that a 64-bit version is in the pipeline (intended for Win7 upwards). So I'm wondering, when the first 32-bit version