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setup required to get to image style/class needed in RH2017 for thumbnails

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Apr 26, 2018

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Hi, is there anything I can set up in my FM files that will allow for the RH import to assign an image class to all images so that I can use the new thumbnail functionality?

Currently all screenshots in FM are imported by reference in anchored frames, anchored at the end of a step as Below Current Line. If it helps, most of these anchored frames are conditioned as "screenshot", as there was a time that I was hoping the client would agree to hide them in the help output. But they are not in their own paragraph - they are either added to a step or a body style.

I'm hoping there's some way that this can be easily/globally implemented without having to restructure how all images/anchored frames are inserted.

Thanks,

Laurie

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setup required to get to image style/class needed in RH2017 for thumbnails

Explorer ,
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Hi, is there anything I can set up in my FM files that will allow for the RH import to assign an image class to all images so that I can use the new thumbnail functionality?

Currently all screenshots in FM are imported by reference in anchored frames, anchored at the end of a step as Below Current Line. If it helps, most of these anchored frames are conditioned as "screenshot", as there was a time that I was hoping the client would agree to hide them in the help output. But they are not in their own paragraph - they are either added to a step or a body style.

I'm hoping there's some way that this can be easily/globally implemented without having to restructure how all images/anchored frames are inserted.

Thanks,

Laurie

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