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Subject:Re: OK, Frame's the obvious choice f From:"PICKETT-HARNER, Molly" <MOP1 -at- NIORDS1 -dot- EM -dot- CDC -dot- GOV> Date:Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:24:00 EST
This has never been a problem on my Mac. Can you increase your [Windows]
memory allocation for FrameMaker?
[This is easy to do when necessary w/Macs; however, because of automatic
memory swapping, hefty programs typically won't crash an appropriately
When you're swapping text in & out, if you haven't much/enough memory &/or
bring in a graphic that's too big for your allocation -- it's goodbye
mop1 -at- niords1 -dot- em -dot- cdc -dot- gov
To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
Subject: OK, Frame's the obvious choice f
Date: Thursday, January 19, 1995 7:52AM
In his negative run-down of FrameMaker (Windows), Patrick Brian O'Connell
didn't mention the worst bummer of all, namely, that the machine crashes
you "page" through graphic-heavy files.