This document describes some of the considerations encountered when applying conditions to topics and their content in MadCap Flare projects. Pragmatic examples are used throughout. The planning criteria and decisions required to correctly apply conditions are emphasized, with the ultimate aim of maximizing content usage and productivity. Read More
In this whitepaper, Neil Perlin discusses the specifics of integrating native apps to "help" using the app creation tool, MobiFlex, and MadCap Flare, with a focus on the WebHelp Mobile output created in Flare V6 or V7. Read More
Moving from Adobe® FrameMaker® to MadCap Flare is easy, although to get the best results you need to do some planning before you start. The first part of this document discusses suggestions and issues to make the result as clean as possible.
When using Flare, you may want to do some complex layout or other advanced tasks. The second part of this document describes how to do some of these.
In this document, we talk about plug-ins and other tools from other vendors to help you clean up your FrameMaker files. MadCap Software is not associated with the companies or individuals who make these tools. We do not provide support or other information about these tools.
This documents has been designed to help RoboHelp users transition to Flare. This document includes chapters on: 1) Terminology differences, 2) Interface differences, 3) Replicating the RoboHelp interface, 4) File and feature location differences, 5) Feature differences, and 6) Importing tips.Read More
Originally published in the spring edition of Communicator magazine, Scott Bass explains how technical communicators can best exert their power over the challenging task of translation using MadCap Flare and MadCap Lingo.Download the Communicator article here.