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“The addition of Arabic language capabilities in Adobe FrameMaker is ideal for expanding markets in the Middle East, where Arabic is mandated for Saudization and Emiratization.”
—John M. Smart, President, Smart Communications, Inc.
"The majority of manuals we create are done in Adobe FrameMaker. For Arabic, Farsi, and complex script languages like Thai we had to re-create the layout and book structure in InDesign ME. Now, with support in the new release of Adobe FrameMaker for right-to-left languages, we have the opportunity to do all languages in one single application. You can imagine how excited we are!"
—Bernd Meissner, President, Meissner Dokuteam
“Adobe FrameMaker is the first software to cover native support for translation, authoring, and publishing of RTL languages without being restricted to a special FrameMaker language version. The new release of FrameMaker embodies our itl company motto of One World Publishing: Cross Media Publishing on any device in any language all on one platform.”
—Dieter Gust, Member of the Supervisory Board, Direct of Research & Development, itl 
“Well done Adobe! The new release of Adobe FrameMaker is a revolutionary application that will quickly change all RTL documentation in the publishing industry."
-Mohamed Aly, Business Development Manager, eLocalize
"Adobe FrameMaker was one of the first mainstream DITA authoring tools. Now, with DITA 1.3 support in the new release, FrameMaker provides so much more, including the ability to create troubleshooting topics and support for new elements in maps, tasks, concepts, and references. The learning specialization is totally integrated—it's a single tool that lets you create, edit, manage, update, and publish DITA! Add to that, the fact that FrameMaker is connected to CCMS tools, third-party plug-ins, publishing systems, FrameMaker gets to be an easy argument for a one-stop DITA 1.3 solution."
-Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
" The release of Adobe FrameMaker 2015 shows that Adobe is serious about providing a solution for structured authoring, especially when as it is based on the increasingly popular DITA standard. The new release features support for the 1.3 version of that standard, which is expected to become official towards soon. And customizing the templates in FrameMaker to exclude domains or individual elements, to make the DITA model suit your needs, has become very easy indeed."
 -Jang Graat, The Content Era
“If you stacked the Airbus A380 documentation end-to-end, the stack would reach the top of Mt. Everest. The introduction of improved S1,000D XML capabilities in Adobe FrameMaker answers the urgent need by emerging airlines in Asia and the Middle East for better technical documentation and regulatory compliance.”
—John M. Smart, President, Smart Communications, Inc.
"Adobe has updated the entire appearance of the conditional indicators in Adobe FrameMaker on table columns. They jump out at you. It's now easy to conditionalize all parts of a table, including anchored frames, and immediately see indicators that make it simple to work with content for multiple products, platforms, or audiences."
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
“The new slogan for Adobe FrameMaker should be ‘It pays for itself!’. I help organizations improve the reach of their tech comm and reduce cost and effort. FrameMaker makes big strides in both these areas. Adobe has enhanced the (already great) Responsive HTML5 output, and now directly produces iOS and Android apps without the need of any additional software. The new release of FrameMaker now reduces the cost of localization by supporting RTL languages. Combined with a customizable Microsoft Word import function, FrameMaker now reaches into entirely new markets.”
—Matt Sullivan, Independent Certified Adobe Instructor

 

“The new release of Adobe FrameMaker covers both HTML5 and PDF formats in a very high-end professional way.”
—Dieter Gust, Member of the Supervisory Board, Direct of Research & Development, itl
“The new release of Adobe FrameMaker builds on the strengths of the software by improving multichannel publishing options, including a variety of mobile formats. I am also very pleased to see full support for RTL languages, including documents with mixed content in both directions. With this release, FrameMaker advances into the new age of plurilingualism, where multiple languages need to coexist in one information object.”
—Ray Gallon, Owner, Culturecom and co-founder, The Transformation Society
"The new Packager feature in Adobe FrameMaker makes it easy to take a book or DITA map, and all of the related files, and create a single, compressed file. Sharing content with others is now a basic task—a few clicks, and I'm done."
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
“The ability to import Microsoft Word files to Adobe FrameMaker is a real game changer for us. Importing legacy content to utilize the many benefits is now as simple as mapping styles. Used as part of the Adobe Technical Communication Suite, for the first time we now have full round tripping between Adobe FrameMaker, Adobe RoboHelp, and Microsoft Word.”
—Colum McAndrew, RoboColum(n) Consulting
"Adobe makes it quick and easy for me to clean up Microsoft Word files that I review from multiple contributors. I can create mapping to convert Microsoft Word to FrameMaker, keep manual styles, remove empty paragraphs, and save my mappings in a reusable configuration file. And, it's all done in a visual interface!"
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
"Adobe FrameMaker added several new features, including output to EPUB 3, MSHelp, WebHelp, and Kindle formats, to position the FrameMaker composition engine far ahead of the competition as the single most-capable, feature-rich, mission-critical, authoring tool for global corporations' automated publishing systems."
—Rick Davies, VP Product Development Strategy, Datazone
“Adobe FrameMaker addresses the demand for maintenance ePubs and flight operations. Airlines want on-demand XML output to small screens and tablets from Common Source Databases.”
—John M. Smart, President, Smart Communications, Inc.
“New enhancements in Adobe FrameMaker for preparing and delivering technical content for mobile continue to set the solution apart from the competition.”
—Thomas Aldous, The Content Era
“The addition of right to left language support like Hebrew and Arabic, cements the continued localization appeal of Adobe FrameMaker. Whether it is through the additional numbering properties, directional markers, or dictionary support, Adobe FrameMaker offers all the power of a robust application to an entirely new user base.”
—Colum McAndrew, RoboColum(n) Consulting 
"The ability to let your users decide on the experience they want, using conditional content and HTML5, is easy to implement. I can hand off web content defined with multiple audience types or platforms, and let users decide—on the fly—if the help should show novice or expert advice, for Windows/Android or Apple. And it's integrated, simple, and intuitive to use."
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
"With Adobe FrameMaker support for many global languages, including the new RTL support, global corporations can slim down to using our FrameMaker-based high end Miramo(r) dynamic enterprise publishing product for all of their required outputs, thus increasing efficiency and reducing development, maintenance, and support costs. We congratulate the FrameMaker development team on engineering these important new features while still maintaining the Adobe FrameMaker tradition of unsurpassed, industrial-strength reliability."
—Rick Davies, VP Product Development Strategy, Datazone
“In recent years, even large publications groups have combined most technical communication functions into one role. Fortunately, Adobe FrameMaker gives us tools to reuse content from subject matter experts (like Microsoft Word content mapping), importing of video and interactive content, automatic TOC and index maintenance, and publishing to a wide array of electronic formats, including mobile apps for iOS and Android. Using thoughtful templates and settings files, FrameMaker gives us an end-to-end publishing system that can’t be beat!”
—Matt Sullivan, Independent Certified Adobe Instructor