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Framers Digest, Vol 151, Issue 15
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Anita Rae
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1. Re: Now it's a buggy SVG IMPORT into Frame 2019 files (Doug)
2. Re: Now it's a buggy SVG IMPORT into Frame 2019 files (Lin Sims)
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Message: 1
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 21:40:16 -0400
Subject: Re: [Framers] Now it's a buggy SVG IMPORT into Frame 2019
files
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Could you skip Visio and just add the SnagIt images into Frame, and then
add the callouts and text boxes in Frame?
Some days, it just doesn't pay to get out of bed.
Importing the Visio files using File > Import > File gets the image in
without the weirdnesses happening with the lines.
But importing the file, even if specified as import by reference, is
importing by copy with a link to the Visio file, so yes, it updates if the
Visio source is changed, but the FrameMaker file size is increased
DRASTICALLY.
I am so FRUSTRATED, I'm about to go back to the FrameMaker 2017
installation and tell my co-worker we'll just wait for the next 6 months or
so and see if SVG issues (2 now!) get fixed.
If it's not one thing, it's another.
I'm still on Windows 7, so I've continued importing my images into Frame
2017 as SVG files since I have no issues creating PDFs from them.
But we've JUST upgraded to Frame 2019, and now the IMPORT of SVG images
into Frame has gone screwy. In this case, the images are screenshots
taken
with SnagIt, pasted into Visio where graphic callouts and a text box
containing the graphic's number is added, and exported to SVG.
When the resulting SVG is imported into FrameMaker, all the callouts and
the graphic's number MOVE, either to the right (in the case of the
callouts) or to the left (in the case of the text box containing the
graphic's number).
For now, I'm giving up on SVGs and we're just going to import Visio
files,
since that doesn't appear to have any problems. I have non-proprietary
examples of the issue (as JPG images) for those interested in a look. I'm
not attaching them because I can't remember if the list software scrapes
attachments off or not. I've also posted a query in the Adobe FrameMaker
forum. I'm still debating whether to file a bug report. <sigh>.
Weekend, here I come.
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Lin Sims
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Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 21:52:00 -0400
Subject: Re: [Framers] Now it's a buggy SVG IMPORT into Frame 2019
files
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We do them this way so they're easy to reuse in multiple documents.
At any rate, Adobe developers are working with some sample files I sent
them to see if they can find the issue. Here's hoping for a fix RSN.
Could you skip Visio and just add the SnagIt images into Frame, and then
add the callouts and text boxes in Frame?
Some days, it just doesn't pay to get out of bed.
Importing the Visio files using File > Import > File gets the image in
without the weirdnesses happening with the lines.
But importing the file, even if specified as import by reference, is
importing by copy with a link to the Visio file, so yes, it updates if
the
Visio source is changed, but the FrameMaker file size is increased
DRASTICALLY.
I am so FRUSTRATED, I'm about to go back to the FrameMaker 2017
installation and tell my co-worker we'll just wait for the next 6 months
or
so and see if SVG issues (2 now!) get fixed.
If it's not one thing, it's another.
I'm still on Windows 7, so I've continued importing my images into
Frame
2017 as SVG files since I have no issues creating PDFs from them.
But we've JUST upgraded to Frame 2019, and now the IMPORT of SVG images
into Frame has gone screwy. In this case, the images are screenshots
taken
with SnagIt, pasted into Visio where graphic callouts and a text box
containing the graphic's number is added, and exported to SVG.
When the resulting SVG is imported into FrameMaker, all the callouts
and
the graphic's number MOVE, either to the right (in the case of the
callouts) or to the left (in the case of the text box containing the
graphic's number).
For now, I'm giving up on SVGs and we're just going to import Visio
files,
since that doesn't appear to have any problems. I have non-proprietary
examples of the issue (as JPG images) for those interested in a look.
I'm
not attaching them because I can't remember if the list software
scrapes
attachments off or not. I've also posted a query in the Adobe
FrameMaker
forum. I'm still debating whether to file a bug report. <sigh>.
Weekend, here I come.
--
Lin Sims
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