Bidirectional language support—Enjoy support for RTL languages, Arabic and Hebrew, also.
Work with RTL and left-to-right (LTR) content in the same document or book. Control the
direction of objects such as paras and tables using the new direction property. Benefit from
language-specific features such as ligature and diacritic support.
Bidirectional content flipping—Easily work with documents translated into Arabic or Hebrew.
Reduce DTP work with the new direction property. Set up the document and flip it—all
inherited objects will also change direction. Optionally, flip individual objects, such as paras,
tables, images, lists, and neutral characters such as parenthesis.
Bidirectional language publishing—Publish documents with bidirectional content, including
XML/DITA content, from within FrameMaker (2015 release) in multiple formats: PDF, HTML5,
WebHelp, CHM, EPUB, KF8, MOBI, and mobile apps. Optionally flip the HTML5 layout or use
the new RTL WebHelp skin so that the navigation pane appears on the right for RTL content.
Out-of-the-box multichannel, multidevice publishing—Deliver your content to multiple
channels, mobile devices and formats, including mobile apps, from within FrameMaker.
Publish to popular output formats, like HTML5, WebHelp, EPUB, KF8, MOBI, PDF, and CHM
with a single click. Define settings once and share them organization-wide.
Mobile app output—Ensure wider distribution and consumption of content with a simplified
mobile app generation workflow and native integration with Adobe PhoneGap Build*. Easily
publish your content as mobile apps for iOS and Android with just one click.
New HTML5 layout—Deliver a personalized content consumption experience. Configure
search to appear on the content or topic panes, and show context and breadcrumbs in the
results. Easily show or hide widgets, such as glossary and TOC. Convert the layout to right-toleft
languages just by changing one property.
Custom fonts in EPUB files—Embed custom fonts in your EPUB files and ensure that your
users see text exactly as you intended, whether or not they have the font installed on their
Note: You must have distribution rights for the embedded font.