[Adobe & Partner] This blog post exlpains how you can translate Adobe FrameMaker files into one or several target languages using the Across Language Server (ALS).
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.
SQUIDDS FINALYZER 2019 is a collection of plug-ins and ExtendScripts for Adobe FrameMaker. It extends the capabilities of FrameMaker even more, and automate repetitive, manual tasks. Archive and deploy complete FrameMaker books with “Book Transfer,” manage Styles and Formats, graphics, and replace AI/EPS files with SVGs in your documentation.
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.
Read in this blog post the summary of all sessions of Adobe DITA World 2018, Day 3 by our conference resident blogger Danielle M. Villegas.
Read in this blog post the summary of all sessions of Adobe DITA World 2018, Day 2 by our conference resident blogger Danielle M. Villegas.
Read in this blog post the summary of all sessions of Adobe DITA World 2018, Day 1 by our conference resident blogger Danielle M. Villegas.
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 …