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Subdirectory support in V. 5 ?


 
brainsci Will version 5 have support for subdirectories?

I have almost 200 html pages in my ebook, and it would be very helpful to not have them all in one directory.


Posted on: 8:04 pm on September 13, 2005
Storyman BrainSci,

I've posted this information in another thread so won't belabor the info here.

You might want to look at GoLive CS2 because it allows you to deveop an ebook with subdirectories. When ready to export to Activ's 'Source' directory select flatten files and everything will go into that one folder (yes, the links will automatically be corrected accordingly.)

Just a suggestion.


Posted on: 8:14 pm on September 13, 2005
brainsci So does Mediapacker, but active ebook has support for javaqscripts, applets, media plug-ins, and can invoke executables both from elsewhere on the hard drive and embedded in the ebook.

Mediapacker does not support many of these functions, and it costs more, too.

GOLIVE CS2 is a web authoring tool.  If it compiles ebooks, then Adobe forgot to list that feature.

Active ebook is the only compiler that does all I need, in spite of my many tries with other programs.


Posted on: 10:35 pm on September 13, 2005
EBookCompiler I think Storyman's proposing GoLive as an HTML authoring program

v5 does not include subdirectory support. I have decided I would rather add subdirectories in a different (future) release, because of the risk of destablizing/introducing-bugs into Activ.


Posted on: 11:48 pm on September 13, 2005

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