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Page / Outline problems

Page / Outline problems

Page / Outline problems

What on earth is going on?

I have a Page in a database, which contains an Outline of all the views. This page is displayed in a frame, on the left hand side in a pretty standard sort of way.

When I change the page contents with text, pictures, anything, the changes don't apply! In Designer, when I view the frameset, I can see the new page, with text and pictures, but in the Notes Client, it doesn't work...

RE: Page / Outline problems

"When I change the page contents"
Are you talking about a dynamic change, or a design change ?

If it is a design change, sometimes exiting the Designer is a good idea to set things straight again.


RE: Page / Outline problems

I'm a complete idiot.

I hadn't actually told my database to open the designated frameset. It was still opening a view that LOOKED like my frameset.

It was a long day...

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