Update 4 of FrameMaker (2019 release) brings fixes and enhancements in areas such as authoring, publishing, source control, localization, and crashers. For users using Adobe Experience Manager as a source control system, a couple of enhancements for a better check-out experience have been added.
Update 3 of FrameMaker (2019 release) includes many bug fixes in areas such as PDF output with specific fonts, Fit to Frame (Proportionally) for Images, scaling of SVG and EPS files, some bug fixes for the Welcome Screen, and a few crashers. In total, we have fixed 22 issues.
Update 2 for FrameMaker 2019 brings an enhanced DITA template import workflow, an even more powerful DITA customization plugin, and fixes a couple of issues with the new PDF engine. Update 2 also fixes a couple of issues and crashers reported by users and partners.
The new FrameMaker 2019 release is designed to make your content creation and publishing experience even faster, more responsive, and more delightful. Here are some exciting new features and improvements coming to the world’s most advanced technical writing tool …
[Adobe Customer Story] Palo Alto Networks – Increasing Content Reach with Integrated Technical Documentation
“Technical Documentation is just a necessary evil.” Just a “cost center.” – It does not has to be!
Read in our customer success story with Palo Alto Networks how they increased Content Reach and improved the Customer Experience with Integrated Technical Documentation using XML Documentation for Adobe Experience Manager, DITA, and Adobe FrameMaker …
Some of the world’s largest data and communications network providers rely on technologies from Ciena to move the massive amounts of packet traffic that power the connected world. Ciena helps support their success with user documentation including user guides, installation guides, and quick start guides using Adobe Technical Communication Solutions. This new Adobe Customer Story gives insights into how Ciena makes Technical Communication a success …
When you start working with truly large amounts of content, it’s nearly impossible to enforce standards, style guides, and content models. The answer to this problem is XML-based, structured content. Structured authoring also helps with things like content management, localization (translation), accessibility, searchability, and is even a requirement in the aerospace, defense, and other industries.
Get an introduction to working with XML, DITA and S1000D in FrameMaker 2017 in this guest blog post by Matt Sullivan.
[Guest Post] Slash your editing time & supercharge your content production with templates & styles – by Matt Sullivan
An Adobe FrameMaker template stores formatting information so that it can be applied to one or more documents to ensure consistency. Learn more about working with templates in this guest blog post by Matt Sullivan.