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Changes the properties of the selected floating frame. Floating frames work best when they contain an html document, and when they are inserted in another html document.

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Select a frame, then choose Edit - Object - Properties.

Open context menu of selected frame, choose Properties.


Su'ma

Enter a name for the floating frame. The name cannot contain spaces, special characters, or begin with an underscore (_).

Amado

Enter the path and the name of the file that you want to display in the floating frame. You can also click the Browse button and locate the file that you want to display. For example, you can enter:

soroowa

Locate the file that you want to display in the selected floating frame, and then click Open.

Scroll Bar

Goshooshama gaxa dooramino womme xiyyora ledi woy huni.

iima

Displays the scrollbar for the floating frame.

huni

Hides the scrollbar for the floating frame.

Umi-loosaancho

Mark this option if the currently active floating frame can have a scrollbar when needed.

Qacce

Wommete xiyyo qacce leellishi woy maaxi.

aana

Displays the border of the floating frame.

Huni

Hides the border of the floating frame.

Padding

Bikkote fooqishshi wommete xiyyo qacce mereero gantohanna wommete xiyyo amadora aamamihoha hakkuno lamente bortajeta giddoodina gobbayidiwontanno xiyyo HTML bortaje xawisi.

Baqo

Enter the amount of horizontal space that you want to leave between the right and the left edges of the floating frame and the contents of the frame. Both documents inside and outside the floating frame must be HTML documents.

Gade

Applies the default horizontal spacing.

Hojja

Enter the amount of vertical space that you want to leave between the top and bottom edges of the floating frame and the contents of the frame. Both documents inside and outside the floating frame must be HTML documents.

Default

Applies the default vertical spacing.

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