Click the "Compare Older Versions" to download the PDF, which does have the
same URL Bernard posted.
On Fri, Feb 3, 2017 at 12:49 PM, Pat Christenson <
> Hi Bernard,
> I'm getting a 404 Not Found on
Can't answer your first question right now, but i have a few insets i could try
and see if it works.
On the other issue, I have purchased version of Framemaker 2015 and you need to
go to the help menu and select Updates. Frame will go out and see check. If
there are, Frame will let you know.
I'm posting on behalf of someone else who is contemplating taking on some of
my projects. She's getting info from FM support that I'm a little skeptical
about. Sorry to repeat the one item, but I've not heard back.
. I got this a bit wrong the first time, too. According
I can't speak to the text insets, but as far as the subscription versus
outright license is concerned, I believe the differences are that the
updates/bug fixes are automatically pushed for the subscription, but you
have to download and install for the license; and if you stop paying the
Shortened the link to this (hope it helps):
Seems that the wrap may have messed up the original. Adobe has a PDF that
provides info on the functions of FM2017 compared with versions going back
to v9. Could be helpful in deciding to move to a new tool.
From: Lin Sims [mailto:ljsims...@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, February 03, 2017 12:07 PM
To: Pat Christenson
Subject: Re: [Framers] Want to compare Adobe FM2017 with your version? There's
a page for that!
I'm getting a 404 Not Found on this URL.
On Behalf Of Bernard Aschwanden (Publishing Smarter)
Sent: Friday, February 03, 2017 11:15 AM
Adobe has a PDF that provides info on the functions of FM2017 compared with
versions going back to v9. Could be helpful in deciding to move to a new
During the last week, I've gotten good responses, both on-list and
off-list, to my request for comments about changing Framers' default
Reply-To behavior from Reply to Poster to Reply to List. Thank you
all so much for being involved in this decision.
By a majority of two to one, respondents
...unless you resubscribe or backsave the files to a version you have a
perpetual license for. This is not terrifically hard to do using Extendscript
for large numbers of files.
Presumably you could subscribe for a year, then start a new subscription
sometime later and have access to your
If you’d be able to test it out without too much bother, we’d appreciate it.
The new person needs to know for sure if she needs to purchase a script to get
the links to work.
If anyone else knows about the text inset links in PDFs, much obliged if you’d
let us know to
At 05:13 PM 2/3/2017, Syed Zaeem Hosain wrote:
Lin Sims said:
> ... and if you stop paying the subscription, you will not be able
to open or edit your files in Frame anymore.
And right there is the reason for why subscription purchases simply
cannot be a good idea! IMHO.
Agreed. I was badly
Lin Sims said:
> ... and if you stop paying the subscription, you will not be able to open or
> edit your files in Frame anymore.
And right there is the reason for why subscription purchases simply cannot be a
good idea! IMHO.
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