Para and format overrides

Subject: Para and format overrides
From: Celine Dion <dion -dot- cm -at- att -dot- net>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2010 14:27:35 -0700


Hello all,

I'm using Mif2Go to convert FM8 books to HTML.

Once in a while, I need to override text formats, in this case the Bold char format (color set to as
is) with a different color. I've been going through the user's guide trying all the permutations
that I think should work, but at best I get bold text with the HTMConfig marker. I've tried with red
and #FF0000. The color is always black. Should I add something to [HTMLStyles]? This is an example
of what I've tried:

- HTMConfig marker: [HTMLStyles]=Bold Red
- config file, [Macros] section: HTMConfig=<$$HTMLStyles]Bold Red>

Can anyone help?
Thanks a lot.
Celine Dion
Senior Technical Writer
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