Check These Five Steps Before Importing Your FrameMaker® Files into MadCap Flare
Rachel Kim

Posted by Rachel Kim

July 20, 2017

When using Adobe® FrameMaker® for documentation, you may be used to writing in a “chapter-based” authoring model, where information is organized into chapters and formulated into a book-based deliverable. But in …

Check These Five Steps Before Importing Your FrameMaker Files into MadCap Flare
Topics, TOCs and Targets: Three Essential File Types for New MadCap Flare Users to Know
Justin Bondoc

Posted by Justin Bondoc

July 13, 20172 Comments

A MadCap Flare project can easily house the documentation needs of an entire team, as a single project is made up of a range of different files and can create multiple types of outputs. But let’s take a moment to talk …

How to Align Graphics in Lists in MadCap Flare
Jessica Nealon

Posted by Jessica Nealon

July 6, 201714 Comments

How an Old Trick Fixes Tricky Problems I’ve always believed that technology is supposed to enhance the authoring experience. In plain English – help me do the things I need to do 80% of the time as fast as possible …

An In-depth Look at Synchronizing Navigation Elements in MadCap Flare 2017 r2
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

June 29, 20171 Comments

In MadCap Flare 2017 r2, a handy option was added to the target file to synchronize navigation elements with table of contents (TOC) entries for HTML5 Top Navigation and skinless outputs.  At first, it may be hard to …

Can I Run MadCap Flare on a Mac? Oh, Yes!
Nita Beck

Posted by Nita Beck

June 22, 201726 Comments

The 2017 refresh of a MadBlog article originally posted in March 2015, with the modest caveat that the author is not yet familiar with the latest MacBook Pros, newly on the market as of June 2017. I often see …