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Flare's usable but given free choice I'd use FrameMaker plus WebWorks.
I've also used RoboHelp and MIF2Go with FM within the past year and I
think WebWorks is the best of the three single-source add-ons for FM.
RoboHelp makes FrameMaker look polished and bug-free.
Currently I'm using Confluence plus Scroll add-ons. Well, actually,
this week I've been working in PowerPoint for Mac, which really puts
things in perspective.
On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 1:12 PM, Shawn C <shawn -at- convergent -dot- io> wrote:
> Considering my ten year background with FrameMaker, I was going to choose
> the tool I was familiar with but this company required single source
> documentation to PDF and Web... FrameMaker isn't quite up to that task! My
> final decision was MadCap Flare.
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