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jsmith -at- informatica -dot- com wrote:
> Hi Techwhirlers,
> I looked through Frame's manual, but I couldn't find what I'm hoping might
> be there. =)
> Does anybody know whether or not it is possible to make markers in Frame
> appear on screen in color? For example, is it possible to make my cross
> reference markers appear in red, my index markers appear in blue, and my
> user-defined marker "Topic Alias" appear in green?
> I am doubting whether or not Frame can do this, but I figured it couldn't
> hurt to ask!
You can if you use IXgen. IXgen includes a tool for displaying
markers in the body of the text. The displayed markers have their
own tag, which you can color or format in any way you choose.
Bruce Byfield, Outlaw Communications
Contributing Editor, Maximum Linux
bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com | Tel: 604.421.7189
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