The MadCap Scholar Program offers access to the cutting-edge tools and best practices that students need to succeed in the field of Technical Communications. Giving students the opportunity to work with MadCap Flare and the rest of the MadPak early on in their student life has proven to instill best practices that are essential to a student’s success with a long-term career in the technical communication industry.
The latest update for Flare 9.1.1 users is now available and includes the following enhancements: support for Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 for viewing WebHelp and HTML5 locally, support for Chrome 30.x viewing WebHelp and HTML5 locally, and FrameMaker import preserving linked image names.
Want to make your cross-references look and act like hyperlinks in your online output and display appropriately (e.g., with page numbers) in your print-based output? Totally do-able. It's easy to style your cross-references to behave differently depending on which output you place them in.
Our newest case study features Tricentis, a leading provider of enterprise software testing solutions. Tricentis provides Web-based Help, tutorial videos, and print documentation for Tosca Testsuite, one of the top test automation tools for software and quality assurance testing, using the MadPak technical communications suite from MadCap Software.
Unlike the new Fall TV schedule (how many new sitcoms do we really need?!?), MadCap Software's webinar lineup is worth checking out.