126.96.36.199 Using Mif2Go native graphics processing
Choose Write graphics
for equations if you do not
want Mif2Go to use FrameMaker export filters
to convert graphics. This is an appropriate choice if either of the following
are relying on Mif2Go native graphics processing to produce
WMF graphics for RTF output (see §188.8.131.52 Using Mif2Go native graphics processing).
have specified export options for embedded
graphics (see §29.2.3 Exporting and converting embedded graphics),
and your referenced graphics are either:
- already in
a suitable format (see §29.1 Choosing
an appropriate graphics format), or
- mapped to
suitable equivalents (see §29.3 Replacing
and relocating graphics files).
However, if you are converting to HTML, the following
graphics in your document are not converted
when you choose Write graphics for equations:
created with FrameMaker drawing tools
in reference-page frames
graphics (referenced or embedded) that include callouts, text lines,
or FrameMaker native graphic elements.
Mif2Go uses FrameMaker export filters to
convert FrameMaker native math equations, regardless of which graphics-processing
option you choose.
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