RE: fonts in Frame9 on Win7

2009-11-17 Thread Martinek, Carla
-Original Message- First of all, it groups all fonts of the same family together. For example, all Arial is listed as one font, but if you click on that font, it opens a window showing all the styles. For some Adobe font families, you might see thirty-something typefaces that way and

E-Book conversion (WAS Framescript or plug-in to merge all files in book to 1 FM file?)

2009-11-17 Thread Art Campbell
Yves, When you first posted this, I didn't think there would ever be a need for it, but I just ran into a problem where I needed it. I have to convert a book to Amazon's Kindle format, and they prefer a single monolithic HTML file as the input type. In fact they seem not to accept any multi-file

fonts in Frame9 on Win7

2009-11-17 Thread Martinek, Carla
-Original Message- First of all, it groups all fonts of the same family together. For example, all Arial is listed as one font, but if you click on that font, it opens a window showing all the styles. For some Adobe font families, you might see thirty-something typefaces that way and

E-Book conversion (WAS Framescript or plug-in to "merge" all files in book to 1 FM file?)

2009-11-17 Thread Art Campbell
Yves, When you first posted this, I didn't think there would ever be a need for it, but I just ran into a problem where I needed it. I have to convert a book to Amazon's Kindle format, and they prefer a single monolithic HTML file as the input type. In fact they seem not to accept any multi-file