RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Gust, Dieter
Seen from multi-language publishing point of view the recent update FM 7.2p158 is the most important one for the last years http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=3332 If a company wants to stick to FrameMaker for the next years and produces documentation for the European

eps images dissappear after updating the eps

2006-05-16 Thread frame user
Hi, If I have a framemaker file with linked eps images and I open the eps images and resave them in a more recent version that the original eps file (i use for example illustrator CS to open the file but they can be made in a previous version of illustrator) then some images just dissappear in

Re: Release Date for FrameMaker 8

2006-05-16 Thread David Creamer
Given Adobe's historical 18-month release cycle, I would be surprised to see a new FrameMaker release within a couple of months. (I believe FrameMaker 7.2 shipped in September 2005). Pleasantly surprised, of course. The Creative Suite is somewhat closer to the end of an 18 month cycle

Re: eps images dissappear after updating the eps

2006-05-16 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi, This is an issue I have ocassionaly seen with FrameMaker over the years: sometimes the Top and Left offsets of an image will change when the image is refiltered. I have never been able to reproduce it on purpose and haven't seen it in Adobe's knowledge base. But I have seen it myself and

Automate Outline Object

2006-05-16 Thread Donald M Rinderknecht
All, Is there a way to automate putting an outline on a graphic object. (Other than using FrameScript which I don't have.) I can do this manually by selecting the object then the Tools Palette but I've got about 1200 graphic objects to modify. If not, I'll look at modifying the actual

Re: Automate Outline Object

2006-05-16 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi Don, FrameScript would certainly pay for itself with this job alone. If you decide to try it, here is the code to add a 1 point border to all of the imported graphics on body pages in the document. If ActiveDoc = 0 MsgBox 'There is no active document.'; LeaveSub; Else Run ProcessDoc

RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Diane Gaskill
Alan, I agree with you, but the person is in the Adobe dev dept. and I'd expect that they would have a pretty good idea about rel dates. But as you say, who knows? We'll just have to wait and see. Either way, what I have now does the job I need to do. Well, almost. I'd definitely like to see

RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Diana Stock
I thought I read sometime ago within the list, that Adobe had a 'Wish List' somewhere to post requests? Is there really such a site? I would love to suggest ideas to incorporate Flash with FrameMaker.(ie,FlashPaper retaining Frame hyperlinks like it does for Microsoft doc files) Diana Stock

Re: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Art Campbell
That would be the FrameMaker User's Forum on the Adobe site... 7.x/8.x Feature requests... On 5/16/06, Diana Stock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I thought I read sometime ago within the list, that Adobe had a 'Wish List' somewhere to post requests? Is there really such a site? I would love to

RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Dov Isaacs
I will reply on behalf of Adobe. (1) Diane Gaskill has no reliable source in Adobe that provided any release information. (2) Adobe has not and has no plans to move FrameMaker development back from India where in fact it is under active development. - Dov -Original Message-

RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Diane Gaskill
According to the developer who gave me the info, this is not a rumor. Hmmm. It sounds like there are some communications problems within Adobe. At this point, I don't know who really knows what and I'm inclined not to believe anything on this topic until I see the app on the screen. 'Nuff said.

Re: RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread tarage
Don't expect Adobe to bring back any jobs. Once the outsourcing bug hits, those jobs are lost forever. On one hand, I understand Adobe's reasoning -- the cost of a worker in the U.S or Canada is much higher than a worker elsewhere. On the other hand, that's one more job that's gone overseas,

RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread John Posada
According to the developer who gave me the info, this is not a rumor. Hmmm. It sounds like there are some communications problems within Adobe. The communication problem is not within Adobe...the problems is between the two of you and your contacts, none of which speak for Adobe. Adobe has

Re: RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread John Posada
Don't expect Adobe to bring back any jobs. Once the outsourcing bug hits, those jobs are lost forever. On one hand, I understand I know of multiple specific instances of where outsourced projects were brought back and domestic developers were added back. John Posada Senior Technical Writer So

Re: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Sounds like the communication problem is that insiders are leaking you unofficial information... Yikes!!! On 5/16/06, Diane Gaskill [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: According to the developer who gave me the info, this is not a rumor. Hmmm. It sounds like there are some communications problems within

Re: RE: Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Not entirely correct re: outsourcing. There are many examples of companies cancelling their outsourced labor and bringing the work back into their home offices (I haven't the time or desire to cite, but there have been several articles in trade magazines over the past few months that attest to

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Gillian Flato
Outsourcing is not an evil. It's evolution, and was bound to happen as other countries break into the tech sphere. Balance will eventually be met, as with anything. The trick is not how to keep jobs in higher-pay regions, but how to deliver greater value. From a business standpoint, sure, it's

CMYK problems

2006-05-16 Thread Daniel Osborn
Hi, I have some questions about creating pdf files for a printer. To try and get it right, I'm currently doing the following: 1. Only use cmyk .eps images. 2. Set GetLibraryColorRGBFromCMYK to 'Printing' 3. Save as pdf rather than print to pdf. 4. Convert the resulting pdf to cmyk using

Re: Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Doug
Outsourcing is not an evil. It's evolution, and was bound to happen as other countries break into the tech sphere. Balance will eventually be met, as with anything. The trick is not how to keep jobs in higher-pay regions, but how to deliver greater value. Greater value? To whom? The consumer,

RE: Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Anne Robotti
Greater value? To whom? The consumer, perhaps, I don't think the companies that are saving money by outsourcing are necessarily passing on the savings to the consumer. I'd have to see some pretty firm research on that before I'd believe it. Anne

Re: CMYK problems

2006-05-16 Thread Scott White
I have set up a whole-new black called New black, using 100 percent black only. Works great for us and our printers. -- Scott White Media Production Manager AlaMark Technologies 210-704-8239 [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Daniel Osborn [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 19:57:59 +0200 To:

RE: Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Laura_J_Kirk
Yes but the companies are not strictly accountable to the consumer, but rather to the shareholders. And shareholders rarely complain about greater profits. ljk ___ Deja Moo: The feeling that you've heard this bull before. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on

Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Gillian Flato
Guys, When you write a Technical Manual do you number heads and sections with 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1 etc. I have a manual which is essentially an API and it's numbered that way. It looks very cluttered to me. By taking that out and using conventional styles, it has an easier UI to me. What's the

Re: Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Art Campbell
I think it's still mostly used in environments where the manuals are written to a standard that requires it: MilSpec, BellCore, whatever In civilian docs, I think it's largely faded away. Art On 5/16/06, Gillian Flato [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Guys, snip What's the general consensus on

RE: Outsourcing

2006-05-16 Thread Daniel Emory
--- Anne Robotti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greater value? To whom? The consumer, perhaps, I don't think the companies that are saving money by outsourcing are necessarily passing on the savings to the consumer. I'd have to see some pretty firm research on that before I'd believe it.

RE: Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Fetzner, Bill
Bureeda opines: And I agree that I don't see a lot of profits passed on to consumers (refer to your local gas pump for more info). To me this gets us back to the original proposition, that the loss of jobs can be compensated by an increase in value. Not always of course, as one or more others

Re: Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Greater value? To whom? The consumer, perhaps, sure, but what about us writers? We won't be very appreciative of the trick if we're reduced to slinging hash at McDonalds. And if it reduces us to fry cooks, you'd be hard pressed to convince us it *isn't* an evil. I argue that if you are

Re: Staying Marketable, WAS: Outsourcing

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Well, since I brought it up, I'll start... I stay on top of technology and trends and apply what makes sense in my daily work. What I can't apply at work, I keep on top of at home. I started out a technophobe in college, and now I've got my hands inside a .NET SDK and am fixing nightly build

RE: Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Grant Hogarth
I think you are right Art. The basic reason for this structure was to enable easy reference/navigation to specific entries. As we move further away from dead tree versions, the need for this kind of user-observable structuring is fading. OTOH, I think one could argue that the rise of XML and

Re: Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Laura_J_Kirk
I do number, but never below a fourth level (1.2.3.4). I am not required to do so by spec or policy. I personally find when I read long manuals (e.g. a camcorder, digital camera, etc.) that when it is not numbered, I do not assimilate data as well because I lose the hierarchy of information. I

Non-printing Colors Insist on Printing!

2006-05-16 Thread Mike Wickham
I've got some text that I need to cross-reference in a TOC, but I don't want it to print in the document where it resides. I've been hiding it in the margin, with font color white. Of course, there I times that I do want to view the text for editing, and I have to change the color of the text

Re: How to include para format in list of markers?

2006-05-16 Thread Jeremy H. Griffith
On Tue, 16 May 2006 15:34:04 -0700, FIONA HANINGTON [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On the reference page, we can have the list items include page numbers by including $pagenum. Is there a similar trick to include the paragraph type too? Yes, that building block is $paratag. HTH! -- Jeremy H.

Re: Non-printing Colors Insist on Printing!

2006-05-16 Thread Shlomo Perets
Mike, You wrote: I've got some text that I need to cross-reference in a TOC, but I don't want it to print in the document where it resides. I've been hiding it in the margin, with font color white. Of course, there I times that I do want to view the text for editing, and I have to change the

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Gust, Dieter
Seen from multi-language publishing point of view the recent update FM 7.2p158 is the most important one for the last years http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=3332 If a company wants to stick to FrameMaker for the next years and produces documentation for the European

eps images dissappear after updating the eps

2006-05-16 Thread frame user
Hi, If I have a framemaker file with linked eps images and I open the eps images and resave them in a more recent version that the original eps file (i use for example illustrator CS to open the file but they can be made in a previous version of illustrator) then some images just dissappear in

AW: eps images dissappear after updating the eps

2006-05-16 Thread Reng, Winfried
Hi, I guess the graphics files are not gone. They are still there but changed their position in your anchored frame. The reason is probably that the dimensions of your EPS graphics or the bounding box dimensions changed. Just select the anchored frame, press CTRL+a to select everything in the

Release Date for FrameMaker 8

2006-05-16 Thread David Creamer
> Given Adobe's historical 18-month release cycle, I would be surprised to > see a new FrameMaker release within a couple of months. (I believe > FrameMaker 7.2 shipped in September 2005). Pleasantly surprised, of course. > > The Creative Suite is somewhat closer to the end of an 18 month cycle >

eps images dissappear after updating the eps

2006-05-16 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi, This is an issue I have ocassionaly seen with FrameMaker over the years: sometimes the Top and Left offsets of an image will change when the image is "refiltered." I have never been able to reproduce it on purpose and haven't seen it in Adobe's knowledge base. But I have seen it myself and

Automate Outline Object

2006-05-16 Thread Donald M Rinderknecht
All, Is there a way to automate putting an outline on a graphic object. (Other than using FrameScript which I don't have.) I can do this manually by selecting the object then the Tools Palette but I've got about 1200 graphic objects to modify. If not, I'll look at modifying the actual graphic

Automate Outline Object

2006-05-16 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi Don, FrameScript would certainly pay for itself with this job alone. If you decide to try it, here is the code to add a 1 point border to all of the imported graphics on body pages in the document. If ActiveDoc = 0 MsgBox 'There is no active document.'; LeaveSub; Else Run ProcessDoc

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Diane Gaskill
Alan, I agree with you, but the person is in the Adobe dev dept. and I'd expect that they would have a pretty good idea about rel dates. But as you say, who knows? We'll just have to wait and see. Either way, what I have now does the job I need to do. Well, almost. I'd definitely like to see

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Diana Stock
I thought I read sometime ago within the list, that Adobe had a 'Wish List' somewhere to post requests? Is there really such a site? I would love to suggest ideas to incorporate Flash with FrameMaker.(ie,FlashPaper retaining Frame hyperlinks like it does for Microsoft doc files) Diana Stock

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Art Campbell
That would be the FrameMaker User's Forum on the Adobe site... 7.x/8.x Feature requests... On 5/16/06, Diana Stock wrote: > I thought I read sometime ago within the list, that Adobe had a 'Wish > List' somewhere to post requests? Is there really such a site? I would > love to suggest ideas to

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Art Campbell
Diane, Unless they moved it partially or entirely back to California, very quietly, the FM development "department" is still (in exile?) in India. Did your source say anything about the engineering effort coming back to Adobe HQ? Art On 5/16/06, Diane Gaskill wrote: > Alan, > > I agree with

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
adobeforums.com has a list. On 5/16/06, Diana Stock wrote: > I thought I read sometime ago within the list, that Adobe had a 'Wish > List' somewhere to post requests? Is there really such a site? I would > love to suggest ideas to incorporate Flash with > FrameMaker.(ie,FlashPaper retaining

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Dov Isaacs
I will reply on behalf of Adobe. (1) Diane Gaskill has no reliable source in Adobe that provided any release information. (2) Adobe has not and has no plans to move FrameMaker development "back" from India where in fact it is under active development. - Dov > -Original

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Diane Gaskill
According to the developer who gave me the info, this is not a rumor. Hmmm. It sounds like there are some communications problems within Adobe. At this point, I don't know who really knows what and I'm inclined not to believe anything on this topic until I see the app on the screen. 'Nuff said.

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread tar...@bellsouth.net
Don't expect Adobe to bring back any jobs. Once the outsourcing bug hits, those jobs are lost forever. On one hand, I understand Adobe's reasoning -- the cost of a worker in the U.S or Canada is much higher than a worker elsewhere. On the other hand, that's one more job that's gone overseas,

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread John Posada
> According to the developer who gave me the info, this > is not a rumor. Hmmm. It sounds like there are some > communications problems within Adobe. The communication problem is not within Adobe...the problems is between the two of you and your contacts, none of which speak for Adobe. Adobe

Sidebar texts

2006-05-16 Thread Steve Rickaby
I need to put some (tinted) call-out text in a sidebar (as opposed to the full text page span). I'm just checking to be sure that there isn't any more elegant method than the following (which I don't classify as elegant - although I see it's the suggested method in the User Guide): . Insert an

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread John Posada
> Don't expect Adobe to bring back any jobs. Once the outsourcing bug > hits, those jobs are lost forever. On one hand, I understand I know of multiple specific instances of where outsourced projects were brought back and domestic developers were added back. John Posada Senior Technical Writer

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Sounds like the communication problem is that insiders are leaking you unofficial information... Yikes!!! On 5/16/06, Diane Gaskill wrote: > According to the developer who gave me the info, this is not a rumor. Hmmm. > It sounds like there are some communications problems within Adobe. At this

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Not entirely correct re: outsourcing. There are many examples of companies cancelling their outsourced labor and bringing the work back into their home offices (I haven't the time or desire to cite, but there have been several articles in trade magazines over the past few months that attest to

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Gillian Flato
>>Outsourcing is not an evil. It's evolution, and was bound to happen as other countries break into the tech sphere. Balance will eventually be met, as with anything. The trick is not how to keep jobs in higher-pay regions, but how to deliver greater value.

CMYK problems

2006-05-16 Thread Daniel Osborn
Hi, I have some questions about creating pdf files for a printer. To try and get it right, I'm currently doing the following: 1. Only use cmyk .eps images. 2. Set GetLibraryColorRGBFromCMYK to 'Printing' 3. Save as pdf rather than print to pdf. 4. Convert the resulting pdf to cmyk using

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Doug
>Outsourcing is not an evil. It's evolution, and was bound to happen as > other countries break into the tech sphere. Balance will eventually be > met, as with anything. The trick is not how to keep jobs in higher-pay > regions, but how to deliver greater value. Greater value? To whom? The

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread John Posada
> I did a contract at a company that had outsourced its > Tech Writing to India but after seeing how poorly the > Indians wrote English, they brought TW back to America. ... > > So I don't think it is such a great thing. To come to the conclusion that from hearing about ones that didn't work,

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Anne Robotti
> Greater value? To whom? The consumer, perhaps, I don't think the companies that are saving money by outsourcing are necessarily passing on the savings to the consumer. I'd have to see some pretty firm research on that before I'd believe it. Anne

CMYK problems

2006-05-16 Thread Scott White
I have set up a whole-new black called New black, using 100 percent black only. Works great for us and our printers. -- Scott White Media Production Manager AlaMark Technologies 210-704-8239 swhite at alamark.com > From: Daniel Osborn > Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 19:57:59 +0200 > To: > Subject:

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread laura_j_k...@bd.com
Yes but the companies are not strictly accountable to "the consumer," but rather to "the shareholders." And shareholders rarely complain about greater profits. ljk ___ Deja Moo: The feeling that you've heard this bull before.

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bureeda Bruner
Just a "minor" point of semantics: outsourcing and "offshoring" (outsourcing to another country) are two very different things. Anyone who has done consulting work has engaged in supporting their client's outsourcing effort. The consulting firm where I learned the ropes as a technical writer was

Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Gillian Flato
Guys, When you write a Technical Manual do you number heads and sections with 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1 etc. I have a manual which is essentially an API and it's numbered that way. It looks very cluttered to me. By taking that out and using conventional styles, it has an easier UI to me. What's the

Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Art Campbell
I think it's still mostly used in environments where the manuals are written to a standard that requires it: MilSpec, BellCore, whatever In "civilian" docs, I think it's largely faded away. Art On 5/16/06, Gillian Flato wrote: > Guys, > What's the general consensus on numbering with the

Outsourcing

2006-05-16 Thread Anne Robotti
> So, you seem to be saying that it requires no research > whatsoever to "firmly" conclude that outsourcing does not > resule in savings to the consumer, but you demand "firm" > research to prove that it does save the consumer money. > > Rubbish. Let's not take ourselves too seriously. I'm

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Fetzner, Bill
Bureeda opines: <> To me this gets us back to the original proposition, that the loss of jobs can be compensated by an increase in value. Not always of course, as one or more others argue, but in a thriving economy (like the one we're now witnessing in our "off-shoring" society), that's more

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
> From a business standpoint, sure, it's about value but is there really > value in outsourcing, or is it just cheaper? Talent is talent. It all depends on what you need. If you can get what you need cheaper and without hassle, generally that route wins. > I did a contract at a company that had

Outsourcing: Was Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
> Greater value? To whom? The consumer, perhaps, sure, but what about > us writers? We won't be very appreciative of the "trick" if we're > reduced to slinging hash at McDonalds. And if it reduces us to fry > cooks, you'd be hard pressed to convince us it *isn't* an evil. I argue that if you

Staying Marketable, WAS: Outsourcing

2006-05-16 Thread Anne Robotti
> It's a big puzzle, and one for which there is no easy solution. > However, that doesn't mean it's "our" place to sit around and > mope about it. What is everyone doing to remain marketable in > this changing economic and commercial landscape? This, to me, is worth going a little off topic for

Staying Marketable, WAS: Outsourcing

2006-05-16 Thread Bill Swallow
Well, since I brought it up, I'll start... I stay on top of technology and trends and apply what makes sense in my daily work. What I can't apply at work, I keep on top of at home. I started out a technophobe in college, and now I've got my hands inside a .NET SDK and am fixing nightly build

Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Grant Hogarth
I think you are right Art. The basic reason for this structure was to enable easy reference/navigation to specific entries. As we move further away from "dead tree" versions, the need for this kind of user-observable structuring is fading. OTOH, I think one could argue that the rise of XML and

Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread laura_j_k...@bd.com
I do number, but never below a fourth level (1.2.3.4). I am not required to do so by spec or policy. I personally find when I read long manuals (e.g. a camcorder, digital camera, etc.) that when it is not numbered, I do not assimilate data as well because I lose the hierarchy of information. I

Release Date for FrameMaker 8?

2006-05-16 Thread Mike Wickham
>> I thought I read sometime ago within the list, that Adobe had a 'Wish >> List' somewhere to post requests? Is there really such a site? http://www.adobe.com/support/feature.html Mike Wickham

Outsourcing

2006-05-16 Thread John Posada
> Let's not take ourselves too seriously. > > I'm not "demanding" anything, I could actually care less. I was > just > following up to John's point that no one benefits from outsourcing > "except the consumer" to say that I have a hard time believing the > consumer benefits that much either. Not

Numbering Systems for Technical Service Manuals

2006-05-16 Thread Linda G. Gallagher
I only use that type of numbering when a client insists on it. Typically, those clients are engineers with content targeting other engineers. ~~ Linda G. Gallagher TechCom Plus, LLC Intelligent technical communication since 1993 Technical writing, help development, FrameMaker and

Non-printing Colors Insist on Printing!

2006-05-16 Thread Mike Wickham
I've got some text that I need to cross-reference in a TOC, but I don't want it to print in the document where it resides. I've been hiding it in the margin, with font color white. Of course, there I times that I do want to view the text for editing, and I have to change the color of the text

How to include para format in list of markers?

2006-05-16 Thread Jeremy H. Griffith
On Tue, 16 May 2006 15:34:04 -0700, FIONA HANINGTON wrote: >On the reference page, we can have the list items >include page numbers by including <$pagenum>. Is >there a similar trick to include the paragraph type too? Yes, that "building block" is <$paratag>. HTH! -- Jeremy H. Griffith,

Cannot save some screenshots as .png or .tiff on a network drive

2006-05-16 Thread Nandini Garud
Using FrameMaker 7.2 on Windows 2000 on the network drive (F), importing screenshots saved using SnagIt 8.01. Want avoid gray boxes. Problems: 1. When I saved screenshots to the F (network drive) drive, some screenshots saved as 1K files (too small a size compared to others), when tried to open