.mml files in FrameMaker...Addendum

Subject: .mml files in FrameMaker...Addendum
From: Kathleen Melly <kmelly -at- gensym -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 7 May 2001 15:11:53 -0400

Addendum: I've tried opening the .mml file in several ways. First I tried
opening the file in FrameMaker and then importing the correct para formats.
I also tried opening a template with the correct formats and then importing
the .mml file into it. I still get all <body> tags.

> Hello;
> When I open an .mml file in FrameMaker it converts all para tags to
> <body>. When I open the file as a text file I can see the correct para
> tags. For example:
> <ProcH3NoTOC>
> <Marker <MType 2> <MText `\<G2Code\>Standard Attributes\<Default Para
> Font\>: \<G2Code\>user-restrictions;\<G2Code\>user-restrictions\<Default
> Para Font\> attribute: \<G2Code\>Standard Attributes'>>user-restrictions
> Where <ProcH3NoTOC> is a para tag.
> When I open it in FrameMaker, it asks me if I want to convert it from mml,
> so it recognizes the format. But when I check the para formats after the
> conversion, they are all <body>.
> Has anyone run into this problem before?
> Kathleen


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