Re: [Framers] [WTF ramemaker] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Robert Lauriston
Sure, it's technically possible, but automatically generating the map file is a basic feature of help authoring tools. Doing it manually in a text editor invites human error. The FrameMaker doc itself points to the RoboHelp "Information for Developers" section. That's the correct way to write

Re: [Framers] [WTF ramemaker] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Caroline Tabach
I have made context sensitive help without RoboHelp. See links sent above. Frame 2017 Caroline Tabach On Tue, 14 May 2019, 20:58 Robert Lauriston, wrote: > Looks like having both FrameMaker and RoboHelp (i.e. Adobe Technical > Communication Suite) is essential for publishing context-sensitive

Re: [Framers] [WTF ramemaker] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Robert Lauriston
Looks like having both FrameMaker and RoboHelp (i.e. Adobe Technical Communication Suite) is essential for publishing context-sensitive help. RoboHelp can generate the map file from the TopicAlias markers:

Re: [Framers] FM 2019: graphics losing DPI and scaling information upon import

2019-05-14 Thread Lin Sims
If you're importing into a table cell, this is a known bug that is being worked on. See here: https://tracker.adobe.com/#/view/FRMAKER-6271 I'm using FM 2019 on Windows 10 and importing an image directly to the body of the document, as opposed to into a table cell, works fine. Unless it's an SVG

[Framers] FM 2019: graphics losing DPI and scaling information upon import

2019-05-14 Thread Harding, Dan
Graphic import appears to work differently in FM2019 compared to FM2017. To me it appears to be broken. If I import a TIF file by reference that is NOT one of the default resolution options, let's say a 600dpi TIFF: 1. Under FM 2017 it would read the resolution as 600dpi and the scaling

Re: [Framers] [WTF ramemaker] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Robert Lauriston
Since you're posting this on the Framers list, I presume you're using FrameMaker. Its "multi-channel publishing" feature is a subset of RoboHelp. You probably want to choose Responsive HTML. Do not choose Microsoft HTML Help. Alternatively, link the FrameMaker source to RoboHelp, and you'll have

Re: [Framers] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Caroline Tabach
Hi Please see this link on Adobe forum, and the threads it links to https://forums.adobe.com/message/10912271#10912271 Caroline Tabach On Tue, 14 May 2019, 19:20 Caroline Tabach, wrote: > I implemented this successfully. > > Tomorrow I will be in the office, and be able to send you the code

Re: [Framers] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Caroline Tabach
I implemented this successfully. Tomorrow I will be in the office, and be able to send you the code we used. It is also on the Adobe forum, if I find the link I will send it to you. Caroline Tabach ___ This message is from the Framers mailing list

[Framers] Best Practices for HTML Online help

2019-05-14 Thread Art Campbell
My company is developing a new browser-based software package that is specced to include screen-level context sensitive help. The coders haven't done this before and are asking for help/assistance/advice on developing the coding standard for this and other products going forward. I'm thinking