FrameMaker Tables to Responsive HTML5

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Aug 31, 2017 Aug 31, 2017

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I have a FrameMaker (2017 Version: 14.0.0.361) book with about 24 sections/chapters and roughly 100 or so tables throughout.  Some of the tables have shading (i.e. blue header rows) and some have no shading at all. When I convert the book to Responsive HTML5, the blue color seems to "bleed" into other columns and rows even in tables that have no shading at all.  If I output each file individually to Responsive HTML5, there are no problems.  The "bleed" issue only seems to happen when I build the book and output the whole book file.  Under "Style Mapping" I have the tables set to [Use Source Style].  If I map the Frame tables to a corresponding Responsive HTML5 style, I'm assuming I'll lose my Frame formatting, which I would like to avoid.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 31, 2017 Aug 31, 2017
Make sure you're running the latest patch version & try it again - if it's still happening, then report it to Adobe as a bug.

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Make sure you're running the latest patch version & try it again - if it's still happening, then report it to Adobe as a bug.

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It looks like I didn't have the latest patch.  I installed it and everything is working just fine now.

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You'll likely have more consistent results if you choose a format for the table conversion, rather than [Use Source Style]

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