Adapting EDD for WebWorks ePublisher Pro 9.1

2006-03-10 Thread Daniel Osborn
Hi Framers, I'd like to ask your opinion on a workaround I've just found for using structured Frame with WebWorks ePublisher Pro 9.1 At the moment, I have a problem with WebWorks ePublisher Pro as it doesn't support basing styles on elements. All my formatting is defined in the edd using the

Re: That mouse wheel question, AGAIN!

2006-03-10 Thread Steve Rickaby
At 22:06 -0600 9/3/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Try USB Overdrive. It works nicely. Seconded. Here's the URL: http://www.usboverdrive.com Hey, you could have worked that out, I guess. The most useful configuration for this, imho, is to mate wheel up to command-[ and wheel down to command-].

Distiller F key Violation

2006-03-10 Thread Bodvar Bjorgvinsson
I had a small book I made in Aug 2005 which had distilled perfectly until I added one blank page file to it in order to print it duplex (and I updated the book, of course). Now the distller gives me this report and quits without producing a PDF file (BTW, I also have the Generate Acrobat Data

OT: Job posting - Sr TW, Contract, Seattle, WA

2006-03-10 Thread Diane Gaskill
I'm posting this for someone who asked me if were interested. Well, Seattle is a nice place, but it's a reeaaly long commute from San Jose. Diane Sr. Technical Writer RESPONSIBILITIES: Come play a leading role

Re: Advice for Upgrading Windows Computer

2006-03-10 Thread Bodvar Bjorgvinsson
All very good suggestions. One thing comes into mind though. I have a very good experience with Dual Processor PC. Comes in handy when PDF-ing large documents. It will only clog one processor, so you have the other free for doing other stuff in the meantime. Also: Two screens are almost a

Re: That mouse wheel question, AGAIN!

2006-03-10 Thread Paul Findon
On 10 Mar 2006, at 02:41, Pat Christenson wrote: Does anyone know which driver to use when running under Mac OS X/Classic? I used USB Overdrive for a while but changed to the IntelliPoint 2.3 driver, for reasons that escape me now. I mention this on the Using FrameMaker in the Classic

Re: Advice for Upgrading Windows Computer

2006-03-10 Thread Paul Findon
On 9 Mar 2006, at 16:43, Rita Lewis wrote: I work as a contractor at a government site, and we've been asked to submit a wish list for upgrading our computers. Does anyone have any advice on the current minimum standards in DTP for RAM, disk space, My new Mac arrived this week: I went for a

Framemaker mouse wheel scrolling

2006-03-10 Thread Bruce Kimball
Rita, I get the daily digest of FM discussion and saw your question about the mouse wheel. There is a free program called freewheel that you can download from http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/2060/freewheel.html and install. It solves the scrolling problem. I think the latest version is

Re: Advice for Upgrading Windows Computer

2006-03-10 Thread Mike Wickham
Also: Two screens are almost a necessity. They will soon enough save a lot of time. Especially when using Structured FM. Two screens are great. I bought a dual-head Matrox card after many recommended that brand. One problem I ran into, though, is that Windows XP doesn't natively support

RE: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Daniel Emory
--- Phil Heron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am on Windows XP Professional. The instructions you list (Click Start, click Shut Down, and then in the drop-down list click Shut Down) are perfectly correct for my computer. That is exactly what I see. === The

RE: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Gagne, Bernard (Bolton)
Personally, I find the whole idea of clicking Start to shutdown somewhat counter-intuitive, and could somebody tell me why I have to use the three-finger salute to get my login screen in XP Pro? Once I power up, what else could I possibly want to do with my computer? It should automatically

RE: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Kristina McCook
A friend of mine had an E-Machines that crashed on him. It had two Restore Discs that he said he couldn't use. So I got the box started working on it. Turns out the Restore CDs were created by Norton Ghost, they weren't what I'd call restore discs. And, his HD was not bootable at all. So I

RE: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Phil Heron
That's easy enough to change. There's a setting on the Advanced tab of the User Accounts dialog to specify whether users have to use Ctrl+Alt+Delete to log on. Phil Heron -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gagne, Bernard (Bolton) Sent:

Re: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Doug
The Advanced tab also explains why you might want to use the CTRL+ALT+DEL combo, BTW... --Doug There's a setting on the Advanced tab of the User Accounts dialog to specify whether users have to use Ctrl+Alt+Delete to log on. Personally, I find the whole idea of clicking Start to shutdown

Re: OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Paul Findon
On 10 Mar 2006, at 17:15, Wayne Brissette wrote: Those directions are for Windows XP Professional. If I follow them on my work computer, they are 100% correct. Obviously there are multiple issues here. First, the wrong help files with the wrong OS, but we can also lay blame on MS for have way

SOLVED: Re: insertPages method for Acrobat 7

2006-03-10 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi Martin, Thanks for your test. It helped me find the following solution from page 680 of the JavaScript reference. JavaScript Execution through the Menu Beginning with Acrobat 7.0, execution of JavaScript through a menu event is no longer privileged. To execute a security restricted method

RE: OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Anne Robotti
Sure makes writing installation procedures fun. No matter *what* you do, some users will think you're a fool. :-( Unless you want to do something *totally* crazy out there, like stabilize your software, perform adequate testing, document the actual interface and distribute it to the users

really weird frame to PDF problem

2006-03-10 Thread Gillian Flato
Just got Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Pro today. When I make my PDF (I use Print to PDF Printer), the PDF only prints some of the leders in my TOC. The bold ones are picked up and some of the plain text ones, but not all. It seems totally random. Any ideas? Thanks, Gillian Flato Technical Writer

Adapting EDD for WebWorks ePublisher Pro 9.1

2006-03-10 Thread Daniel Osborn
Hi Framers, I'd like to ask your opinion on a workaround I've just found for using structured Frame with WebWorks ePublisher Pro 9.1 At the moment, I have a problem with WebWorks ePublisher Pro as it doesn't support basing styles on elements. All my formatting is defined in the edd using the

That mouse wheel question, AGAIN!

2006-03-10 Thread Steve Rickaby
At 22:06 -0600 9/3/06, quills at airmail.net wrote: >Try USB Overdrive. It works nicely. Seconded. Here's the URL: Hey, you could have worked that out, I guess. The most useful configuration for this, imho, is to mate wheel up to -[ and wheel down to -]. This not

Distiller F key Violation

2006-03-10 Thread Bodvar Bjorgvinsson
I had a small book I made in Aug 2005 which had distilled perfectly until I added one blank page file to it in order to print it duplex (and I updated the book, of course). Now the distller gives me this report and quits without producing a PDF file (BTW, I also have the "Generate Acrobat Data"

OT: Job posting - Sr TW, Contract, Seattle, WA

2006-03-10 Thread Diane Gaskill
I'm posting this for someone who asked me if were interested. Well, Seattle is a nice place, but it's a reeaaly long commute from San Jose. Diane Sr. Technical Writer RESPONSIBILITIES: Come play a leading role

Advice for Upgrading Windows Computer

2006-03-10 Thread Bodvar Bjorgvinsson
All very good suggestions. One thing comes into mind though. I have a very good experience with Dual Processor PC. Comes in handy when PDF-ing large documents. It will only clog one processor, so you have the other free for doing other stuff in the meantime. Also: Two screens are almost a

That mouse wheel question, AGAIN!

2006-03-10 Thread Paul Findon
On 10 Mar 2006, at 02:41, Pat Christenson wrote: > Does anyone know which driver to use when running under Mac OS > X/Classic? I used USB Overdrive for a while but changed to the IntelliPoint 2.3 driver, for reasons that escape me now. I mention this on the "Using FrameMaker in the Classic

Advice for Upgrading Windows Computer

2006-03-10 Thread Paul Findon
On 9 Mar 2006, at 16:43, Rita Lewis wrote: > I work as a contractor at a government site, and we've been asked to > submit a wish list for upgrading our computers. Does anyone have any > advice on the current minimum standards in DTP for RAM, disk space, My new Mac arrived this week: I went

Framemaker mouse wheel scrolling

2006-03-10 Thread Bruce Kimball
Rita, I get the daily digest of FM discussion and saw your question about the mouse wheel. There is a free program called "freewheel" that you can download from http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/2060/freewheel.html and install. It solves the scrolling problem. I think the latest version is

Advice for Upgrading Windows Computer

2006-03-10 Thread Mike Wickham
>Also: Two screens are almost a necessity. They will soon enough save a >lot of time. Especially when using Structured FM. Two screens are great. I bought a dual-head Matrox card after many recommended that brand. One problem I ran into, though, is that Windows XP doesn't natively support

OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Daniel Emory
I was helping a friend who?d just acquired her first computer, an E-Machine with Windows XP. I was demonstrating how to get help, and showed how she could type in a search phrase and get a list of all the help topics containing that phrase. So, to demonstrate how to properly shut down the

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Phil Heron
I am on Windows XP Professional. The instructions you list ("Click Start, click Shut Down, and then in the drop-down list click Shut Down") are perfectly correct for my computer. That is exactly what I see. ?? Phil Heron -Original Message- From:

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Grant Hogarth
Versionitis strikes again! A rigorous (and repeated) application of QA is the only known pallative -- there is no cure. Grant -Original Message- From: Daniel Emory Sent: Friday, March 10, 2006 9:56 AM To: Framers List Cc: Free Framers List Subject: OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Mike Feimster
Same here. IIRC, XP Home uses the different terminology and buttons instead of a drop-down. Apparently, it uses the same documentation though. Mike -Original Message- From: framers-bounces+mike.feimster=acstechnologies@lists.frameusers.com

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Daniel Emory
--- Phil Heron wrote: > I am on Windows XP Professional. > The instructions you list ("Click Start, click Shut > Down, and then in > the drop-down list click Shut Down") are perfectly > correct for my > computer. That is exactly what I see. === The e-Machine had

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Gagne, Bernard (Bolton)
Personally, I find the whole idea of clicking "Start" to shutdown somewhat counter-intuitive, and could somebody tell me why I have to use the "three-finger salute" to get my login screen in XP Pro? Once I power up, what else could I possibly want to do with my computer? It should automatically

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Kristina McCook
A friend of mine had an E-Machines that crashed on him. It had two Restore Discs that he said he couldn't use. So I got the box & started working on it. Turns out the Restore CDs were created by Norton Ghost, they weren't what I'd call restore discs. And, his HD was not bootable at all. So I

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Phil Heron
That's easy enough to change. There's a setting on the Advanced tab of the User Accounts dialog to specify whether users have to use Ctrl+Alt+Delete to log on. Phil Heron -Original Message- From: framers-bounces+phil.heron=coda.com at lists.frameusers.com

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Doug
The Advanced tab also explains why you might want to use the CTRL+ALT+DEL combo, BTW... --Doug > There's a setting on the Advanced tab of the User Accounts dialog to specify > whether users have to use Ctrl+Alt+Delete to log on. > >> Personally, I find the whole idea of clicking "Start" to

OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Paul Findon
On 10 Mar 2006, at 17:15, Wayne Brissette wrote: > Those directions are for Windows XP Professional. If I follow them on > my work computer, they are 100% correct. Obviously there are multiple > issues here. First, the wrong help files with the wrong OS, but we can > also lay blame on MS for

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread John Posada
> Personally, I find the whole idea of clicking "Start" to shutdown > somewhat > counter-intuitive, and could somebody tell me why I have to use the My mother (73), after having a computer for six years, still asks me about this one. What do she know?...she's not in the IT biz. John Posada

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Mike Wickham
>I am on Windows XP Professional. >The instructions you list ("Click Start, click Shut Down, and then in >the drop-down list click Shut Down") are perfectly correct for my >computer. That is exactly what I see. I'm on XP Pro, too, and I see the Start> Turn off computer> and the three buttons,

Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Steve Rickaby
At 12:11 -0500 10/3/06, Gagne, Bernard (Bolton) wrote: >Personally, I find the whole idea of clicking "Start" to shutdown somewhat >counter-intuitive, and could somebody tell me why I have to use the >"three-finger salute" to get my login screen in XP Pro? Once I power up, >what else could I

OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Jeremy H. Griffith
On Fri, 10 Mar 2006 08:55:57 -0800 (PST), Daniel Emory wrote: >?Click Start, click Shut Down, and then in the >drop-down list click Shut Down? > >The only part of that instruction which is correct is >?Click Start.? It's correct for my Win 2000 Pro system... I wonder if it is correct for XP

OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Anne Robotti
> Sure makes writing installation procedures fun. No > matter *what* you do, some users will think you're > a fool. :-( Unless you want to do something *totally* crazy & out there, like stabilize your software, perform adequate testing, document the actual interface and distribute it to the

SOLVED: Re: insertPages method for Acrobat 7

2006-03-10 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi Martin, Thanks for your test. It helped me find the following solution from page 680 of the JavaScript reference. JavaScript Execution through the Menu Beginning with Acrobat 7.0, execution of JavaScript through a menu event is no longer privileged. To execute a security restricted method

OT: Unbelievable On-Line Help Stupidity

2006-03-10 Thread Jeremy H. Griffith
On Fri, 10 Mar 2006 13:25:29 -0500, "Anne Robotti" wrote: >> Sure makes writing installation procedures fun. No >> matter *what* you do, some users will think you're >> a fool. :-( > >Unless you want to do something *totally* crazy & out there, like >stabilize your software, perform adequate

Polish problem

2006-03-10 Thread Philip Odell
Hello Framers, Presently I can't find a solution to this. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. I want to index a Polish word that begins with the Latin capital letter L with a stroke (called Lslash). With the Level1IX para tag set to Times New Roman CE the correct letter can be inserted as long

Polish problem

2006-03-10 Thread Lynne A. Price
Philip, Have you tried specifying a sort order for the word (in the index marker, put the way you want the term sorted in square brackets, after the text: a good example is something like "@[at]" to have the @ character appear where the word "at" does instead of in symbols). --Lynne

Polish problem

2006-03-10 Thread Ann Zdunczyk
Hi Philip, Here is a PDF showing what the sort order should be. * Ann Zdunczyk President a2z Publishing, Inc. http://www.a2z-pub.com azdunczyk at triad.rr.com Phone: 336-922-1271 Cell: 336-456-4493

really weird frame to PDF problem

2006-03-10 Thread Gillian Flato
Just got Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Pro today. When I make my PDF (I use Print to PDF Printer), the PDF only prints some of the leders in my TOC. The bold ones are picked up and some of the plain text ones, but not all. It seems totally random. Any ideas? Thanks, Gillian Flato Technical Writer