Tag: Flare

  • Madworld Preview – Extending MadCap Flare with Web Programming and Scripting

    Madworld Preview – Extending MadCap Flare with Web Programming and Scripting

    This is the second article in my MadWorld 2016 preview, this where I tell you more about the content in my upcoming MadWorld 2016 presentations. In this post, remedy I’m talking about my Tuesday (Apr 12) 1:30 PM presentation called “Extending MadCap Flare with Web Programming and Scripting.” Often times I get questions from clients […]

  • MadWorld Preview – Top Five Content Reuse Features in MadCap Flare

    MadWorld Preview – Top Five Content Reuse Features in MadCap Flare

    As many of you are probably already aware, price I’ll be presenting again at this year’s MadWorld Conference in San Diego. Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting a preview of each of my sessions for the conference. This serves two purposes. First, if you are considering going to MadWorld, I highly recommend it, […]

  • Save Early, Save Often!

    Hello fellow writers. Congratulations on making it another week! Today I was reading the MadCap forums, web and I came across a post that points out an issue in Flare that I think you should be aware of, so you can try to avoid it. I know MadCap has already received notice of this issue, […]

  • Searching with quotation marks in Adobe Reader

    Here is your Flare Tip Tuesday for the week… Today we had a customer come asking us where a particular feature was documented in the PDF guide. We had instructed them to search for the phrase they needed using quotation marks. It turns out that if you use quotation marks to search for content in […]

  • Snippet Cross Reference Work Around in Flare

    Snippet Cross Reference Work Around in Flare

    You probably already know how powerful snippets are in MadCap Flare. They allow you to reuse chunks of content in various places in the same project. You can even include variations of snippets in different places in your project by using snippet conditions in the topics that use snippets. However, recipe there remains one frustrating […]