head 1.1; access; symbols; locks; strict; comment @# @; 1.1 date 98.09.09.04.05.14; author horton; state Exp; branches; next ; desc @ FrameMaker to HTML conversion tool @ 1.1 log @Initial revision @ text @
Object_Id : 91 Title : FrameMaker to HTML conversion tool Node_Type : Production Format : binary Address : load Unix Frame Maker Keywords : converter Abstract : This tool converts Frame documents to web pages. See "Additional_Info" for instructions/comments. (It is part of WebWorks) Date_Entry_Created : 21/10/96 Entry_Created_By : jane Date_Entry_Last_Modified: 22/01/98 Entry_Last_Modified_By : jane Asset_Qualification : useful / does the job Other_Opinions : Contact_Person : mailto:support@@citr.com.au IP_or_Copyright_Owner : Qualralay Support_re_Ownership : Date_Item_Created : Usage_Conditions : check licence Support_re_Usage_Condns : Authors_and_Contributors: Quadralay Projects_Used_In : various Obtained_From : Derived_From : Related_Items : Code_Type : simple tool Programming_Language : don't know / irrelevant Portations : Whatever our Unix FrameMaker runs on. Source_Location : Binaries_Location : look in the tree: /usr/local/WebWorks (feijoa - as at 21/1/98) Issues_Bug_etc_List_Locn: Additional_Info : To use: In Frame (Unix), go into File - Utilities You need to set up a mapping between the styles in your document and the standard html styles. (I think you might have to run the conversion option, then set the style mappings, then convert again to get it to work - maybe it needs the output files there for the mapping?) I found that, using MacX, the drop-down list of styles didn't respond to my mouse, but I figured out some way to scroll - I think it was option-down arrow, after clicking on the para style box. Naturally (?) graphics don't go over - you need to convert the graphics to gifs with a tool such as psrast (qv) or xv.