Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-15 Thread Klaus Daube
On 14 Dec 2012 at 9:45, rebecca officer wrote: For old versions like v7, Shlomo's ToolbarPlusExpress adds a back button to the toolbar, among many, many useful buttons. http://www.microtype.com/resources.html This plugin is one of the things I miss the most since we upgraded! It's only

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-14 Thread rebecca officer
For old versions like v7, Shlomo's ToolbarPlusExpress adds a back button to the toolbar, among many, many useful buttons. http://www.microtype.com/resources.html This plugin is one of the things I miss the most since we upgraded! It's only $25/licence too. Cheers Rebecca Steve Rickaby

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Lin Sims
FrameMaker doesn't, no, but the JumpBack plugin from Electropubs gives you the capability: http://www.electropubs.com/ez_jumpback.html On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 8:18 AM, Steve Rickaby srick...@wordmongers.demon.co.uk wrote: With apologies to Audi, who have just charged me a lot of money. Can

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Yves Barbion
Hi Steve Try the following: 1. Hold down CTRL+ALT and click a cross-reference to jump to the target, which is in a different file in the book. 2. Hold down CTRL and press the TAB key to jump back to the source of the cross-reference. Does this work? Cheers -- Yves Barbion

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Matt Sullivan
I like Yves' novel solution! To clarify, the Ctrl-Tab doesn't actually take you back to the source of the cross-reference, but is the key which switches between open documents. (similar to Alt-Tab in Windows) When you activate a hyperlink in FM, the last document you were in happens to have

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Yves Barbion
Thank you Matt. To quote Leonardo Da Vinci: Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. ;-) Indeed, CTRL+TAB is the way to switch between documents in FrameMaker. When I do this right after I clicked a hyperlinked cross-reference, I see that the cross-reference is even still selected, which is

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Brad Anderson
Steve, We used to set up a giant BACK hyperlink along the left or right margin of the master pages of our documents. This would allow us a BACK function from anywhere we click on a hyperlink. Just set up a background text frame with hyperlink on the master page. cntrl-alt-click will then

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Roman Banks
@lists.frameusers.com Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 5:33 PM Subject: Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key? I like Yves' novel solution! To clarify, the Ctrl-Tab doesn't actually take you back to the source of the cross-reference, but is the key which switches between open documents

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Roger Shuttleworth
Interesting... It used to be Ctrl-F6 to switch between documents. Indeed, in FM11 it still is. Ctrl-Tab is a nice alternative. Ctrl-F6 always struck me as being the ultimate in unfriendly keyboard shortcuts. Guaranteed to need the use of two hands because Ctrl and F6 are pretty much as far

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Steve Rickaby
At 16:09 +0100 13/12/12, Yves Barbion wrote: Try the following: 1. Hold down CTRL+ALT and click a cross-reference to jump to the target, which is in a different file in the book. 2. Hold down CTRL and press the TAB key to jump back to the source of the cross-reference. Does this work?

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Shmuel Wolfson
If you press ESC, v, P it takes you back to the source location as long as the source and destination are in the same file. If source and destination are in different files you just go back to the source doc and you should be in the same place, as long as the file didn't close. Does anyone

RE: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Combs, Richard
Steve Rickaby wrote: At 16:09 +0100 13/12/12, Yves Barbion wrote: Try the following: 1. Hold down CTRL+ALT and click a cross-reference to jump to the target, which is in a different file in the book. 2. Hold down CTRL and press the TAB key to jump back to the source of the

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Robert Lauriston
I don't understand how a hyperlink on a master page could know where back would be at any given moment. On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 6:35 AM, Brad Anderson b...@frameusers.com wrote: Steve, We used to set up a giant BACK hyperlink along the left or right margin of the master pages of our

Re: Rucksprung durch Technik: reverse hyperjump key?

2012-12-13 Thread Steve Rickaby
At 09:45 +1300 14/12/12, rebecca officer wrote: For old versions like v7, Shlomo's ToolbarPlusExpress adds a back button to the toolbar, among many, many useful buttons. http://www.microtype.com/resources.htmlhttp://www.microtype.com/resources.html But sadly (and inevitably) not for Mac. --