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Mif2Go User's Guide, Version 55


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About this guide

Table 0-1 Mif2Go User’s Guide formats and archives

1 Getting started with Mif2Go

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2 Planning a conversion project

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3 Converting a book or document

Table 3-1 General set-up options and settings

Table 3-2 Mif2Go export options and configuration settings

4 Editing configuration files

Table 4-1: Absolute vs. relative file-path settings

5 Setting basic conversion options

Table 5-1 Output types, file extensions, project configuration files

Table 5-2 Basic graphic conversion options for HTML/XML

Table 5-3 Basic graphic conversion options for RTF

6 Converting to print RTF

Table 6-1 Print RTF set-up options and configuration settings

Table 6-2 RTF differences between Word 7/95 and later versions

Table 6-3 Default font types and metrics for RTF

Table 6-4 RTF font types and font families

Table 6-5 Effects of cross-reference settings in Word

Table 6-6 Graphics scale percentages for Word versions

7 Producing on-line Help

Table 7-1 Index link options for KeywordRefs in HTML-based Help

Table 7-2 Effects of drop-down format properties

8 Generating WinHelp

Table 8-1 WinHelp set-up options and configuration settings

Table 8-2 Starting and following format properties for topics and hotspots

Table 8-3 Effects of format properties on topics and hotspots 

9 Generating Microsoft HTML Help

Table 9-1 HTML Help set-up options and configuration settings

Table 9-2 ALink and KLink jump properties for HTML Help

Table 9-3 Binary TOC/Index advantages and disadvantages for HTML Help

Table 9-4 Map and alias files needed for CSH in HTML Help

Table 9-5 Rationale for HHW settings by CHM role

Table 9-6 HTML Help Workshop settings for stand-alone vs. merged CHMs

10 Generating OmniHelp

Table 10-1 OmniHelp viewer control files included in the distribution

Table 10-2 OmniHelp data and control files generated by Mif2Go

Table 10-3 OmniHelp set-up options and configuration settings

Table 10-4 OmniHelp navigation features

Table 10-5 OmniHelp viewer files copied from OHViewPath to WrapPath

11 Generating JavaHelp or Oracle Help

Table 11-1 JavaHelp set-up options and configuration settings

Table 11-2 [JavaHelpOptions] pop-up and secondary window properties

Table 11-3 [JavaHelp window name] window-access object properties

Table 11-4 Oracle Help for Java window properties

12 Generating Eclipse Help

Table 12-1 Eclipse Help set-up options and configuration settings

Table 12-2: Eclipse Help properties in either MANIFEST.MF or plugin.xml

13 Converting to HTML/XHTML

Table 13-1 HTML and XHTML set-up options and configuration settings

Table 13-2 Color numbers for default FrameMaker colors

Table 13-3 Ways to express Web-safe RGB color values

Table 13-4 FrameMaker color conversion anomaly

Table 13-5 Default options for Confluence 4.x XHTML

Table 13-6 Characters replaced or removed for W3C validation

14 Converting to generic XML

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15 Converting to DITA XML

Table 15-1 DITA set-up options and configuration settings

Table 15-2 Precedence of DITA topic type assignment methods

Table 15-3 Predefined marker types for DITA XML

16 Configuring DITA maps

Table 16-1 DITA map navigation elements from custom markers

Table 16-2 Roles of component files in a bookmap

Table 16-3 Components for bookmap frontmatter and backmatter

Table 16-4 Predefined marker types for DITA maps and bookmaps

17 Converting to DocBook XML

Table 17-1 DocBook set-up options and configuration settings

Table 17-2 Predefined marker types for DocBook

18 Splitting and extracting files

Table 18-1 Precedence of HTML page titles

Table 18-2 Extract code insertion methods

Table 18-3 Basic macro-insertion keywords and locations

Table 18-4 Keyword prefixes for split or extract code insertion

Table 18-5 Code insertion keywords for split and extract files

Table 18-6 Predefined macro variables for splits and extracts

Table 18-7 Predefined marker types for extracts

Table 18-8 Predefined macro variables for extract replacement code

19 Creating HTML links

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20 Providing navigation in HTML

Table 20-1 Indirect navigation macros for files in a book

Table 20-2 Equivalent browse macros and variables by file position

Table 20-3 Default destination and label values for browse macros

Table 20-4 Component macro variables for browse macros

Table 20-5 Scope of [NavigationMacros] keywords

Table 20-6 Default values of text-link browse keywords

Table 20-7 Default values of button browse keywords

Table 20-8 Values of variables in navigation links for

21 Mapping text formats to HTML/XML

Table 21-1 HTML properties for paragraph and character formats

Table 21-2 Special characters to replace for HTML/XML output

22 Setting up CSS for HTML

Table 22-1 Default CSS file options when [HtmlOptions]Stylesheet is used

Table 22-2 CSS-dependent default values of options

23 Including graphics in HTML

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24 Converting tables to HTML

Table 24-1 Precedence of table and cell property assignment methods

Table 24-2 Browser-dependent HTML tags for tables

Table 24-3 Default counts of table header rows/columns and footer rows

25 Generating WAI markup for HTML

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26 Identifying HTML table structure for WAI

Table 26-1 Format properties for WAI table-cell attributes

Table 26-2 Using paragraph formats to identify table cells (example)

27 Marking HTML table cells for WAI

Table 27-1 WAI scope attributes for table cells

Table 27-2 WAI id/header table cell attributes

Table 27-3 ColGroup property effects

Table 27-4 RowGroup property effects

28 Working with macros

Table 28-1 Predefined macros for HTML output

Table 28-2 Character literals for macro variables

Table 28-3 Predefined macro variables

Table 28-4 Operators for HTML macro expressions 

Table 28-5 Format components for displaying expression results

Table 28-6 Predefined control-structure elements

Table 28-7 String operators in macro expressions

Table 28-8 Macro code placement properties

29 Working with FrameMaker markers

Table 29-1 Custom marker types with predefined effects

Table 29-2 Elements to which attribute markers apply, by output type

Table 29-3 Effects of [MarkerTypes] properties

30 Working with templates

Table 30-1 Output-type-specific general configuration files

Table 30-2 Configuration chain for Mif2Go User’s Guide title page

Table 30-3 Intended scope of settings by configuration type

Table 30-4 Chain of general configuration files for HTML Help output

Table 30-5 Output types and starting project configuration files

Table 30-6 Editable local output-specific configuration files

Table 30-7 Macro configuration files

Table 30-8 Configuration options determined at run time

Table 30-9 Template flag values for importing formats

31 Working with graphics

Table 31-1 RTF replacement graphics file mappings and locations

32 Working with content models

Table 32-1 Configuration files for Mif2Go built-in content models

33 Overriding configuration settings

Table 33-1 Precedence of settings in configuration files and templates

Table 33-2 Fixed-key configuration sections subject to overrides

Table 33-3 Text configuration sections subject to overrides

Table 33-4 Cross-reference sections subject to overrides

Table 33-5 HTML table sections subject to overrides

Table 33-6 HTML graphic sections subject to overrides

34 Automating Mif2Go conversions

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35 Producing deliverable results

Table 35-1 Default files copied from project directory to wrap directory

Table 35-2 Files copied by default to the wrap directory

Table 35-3 Default graphics files copied for assembly

Table 35-4 Automation settings activated by CompileHelp or FTSCommand

Table 35-5 Default base file name for deliverables archive

36 Converting via runfm

Table 36-1 Command-line options for runfm

37 Converting via DCL

Table 37-1 DCL intermediate input and output options

38 Generating intermediate output

Table 38-1 FrameMaker MIF set-up options and configuration settings

Table 38-2 ASCII DCL set-up options and configuration settings

A WAI marker library for HTML

Table A-1 Special marker types for WAI table attributes

Table A-2 Examples of WAI table markers

Table A-3 Special marker types for WAI graphic attributes

Table A-4 Special marker types for WAI link attributes

B Distribution files

Table B-1 Mif2Go distribution files

C Document and conversion files

Table C-1 Location of document files 

Table C-2 Location of conversion files

D Technical support for Mif2Go

Table D-1 Examples of build numbers for Mif2Go DLL files

E DITA <bookmeta> template

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F Content model configuration

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