Frame X-Ref issues

Subject: Frame X-Ref issues
From: theboggette <theboggette -at- yahoo -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 09:13:22 -0700 (PDT)


Greetings, all.
 
I'm having trouble with my cross-references in Frame 8, running on Windows XP.
 
I have one in particular that's giving me headaches.
 
It's written <Blue>Section\ <$paranum>, <Emphasis><$paratext><Default ¶ Font><Blue>, on page\ <$pagenum><Default ¶ Font>
 
So the first part is Italic, but the "on page" part shouldn't be because of the Default ¶ Font.  Yet the on page keeps showing italic.  (Emphasis is Italic, with all other set to "as is" and Blue has only the color set.  All others are set to 'as is')
 
Do I have these in the wrong order or something?  The same x-refs, with the same formatting, are in all chapters of the book.  This is driving me buggy!
 
Ideas anyone?
 
Thanks,
Trish
 



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