Controlled Language with Simplified Technical English: How to Integrate the HyperSTE plug-in in Flare
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

May 16, 20136 Comments

Through the integration of the Flare API and HyperSTE, the leading quality assurance software for standardized documentation, authors can now validate the language and terminology used in their Flare content. This ensures use of standardized vocabulary and style-- improving consistency, eliminating ambiguity and reducing complexity.

What’s new in Flare V9.1?
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

May 15, 20137 Comments

The release of MadCap Flare 9.1 brings some exciting added features and enhancements along with many bug fixes. Check out some of the new functionality...

Guest Post: Creating Faded Edges and Spotlights on Screen Captures With MadCap Capture
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

May 14, 2013

Like some technical writers, I habitually reach for an image-editing tool other than MadCap Capture. But having attended Paul Pehrson’s terrific session at MadWorld 2013 on Capture, I started rethinking my habit. As a MadCap Flare author, I already use Capture for callouts and for harnessing the power of variables and conditions from my Flare projects. But could I use Capture to make my screen captures more visually engaging?

MadCap Software’s STC Summit Wrap-Up
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

May 8, 20132 Comments

WHEW! That was an intense couple of days. MadCap Software rocked Atlanta and had an amazing time at the STC Summit.

CSS Tip: Creating Tip or Note Boxes without a Div or Table
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

May 6, 201314 Comments

With CSS and auto-numbering you can easily create "Note", "Tip", or "Example" boxes by creating a paragraph style and applying it. We're going to be dropping this class in the Default (or "root") medium of the CSS file used by the Flare target.

CSS Tip: Creating Tip or Note Boxes without a Div or Table