On 2020-08-02 02:54, Luuk wrote:
On 1-8-2020 21:36, John Kaufmann wrote:
Somtehing like this document:
I'm sure that solves OU's problem, but:
(1) How did you make the word/paragraph "Dedication:" an indexing target?
Of course, this info should have been added.
- Rightclick the 'Table of Contents'
- 'Edit Index'
- On the tab 'Type', 'Create From' there is an option 'Additional styles'
- I did assign something to the style 'Text body'
Oh, of course. Actually that's what I was looking for, but dismissed because it was "Text Body" - which I presumed was
used elsewhere - rather than a custom style. Now that I look again, I see that all other text is "Default Style", so
"Text Body" is available for custom use.
What about this? -
(2) To hide it, what was the reason for choosing a White font color rather than the Hidden
The Hidden attribute has the advantage of not adding a line before the Dedication paragraph, and
also seems to be closer philosophically to the designers' choice for hiding text.
That said, in that latter consideration (staying close to the spirit of the program design),
doesn't it seem like simply using an index mark (as recommended by Michael H) is truest to Writer's
design for this case?
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