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Styler stylesheet for a styler stylesheet

stephen_cuzner
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Styler stylesheet for a styler stylesheet

Does anyone have a styler stylesheet for rendering a more human/customer centric print specification using an existing styler file as the input document? A .style file is an xml document so it seems possible, but the references to stylesets could be tricky, but not impossible.

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Hi Steve,

Yes we have the perfect solution, it's called Arbortext Styler. We just load the stylesheets up and see what they are doing... 🙂

Cheers,
Gareth



Hi Adepters,



I'm using Arbortext Styler 6.0 M060. In the Customize Table of Contents dialog box, I'm missing a context in which a title occurs, and so I am unable to add those titles to my TOC. The parent of the title in question is a division element. I don't know why this particular parent/title combination is not showing up in the dialog box. Does anyone know what I can do add it to the list?



Thanks,

Carolyn Herlin


Is the parent element declared a division in the .dcf? (Not 100% sure
whether Styler cares about the .dcf in this case.)

Is the parent element possibly a Division 5 element while the TOC is
configured to include down to Division 4?


On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Carolyn Herlin
<->wrote:

> Hi Adepters,
>
>
>
> I'm using Arbortext Styler 6.0 M060. In the Customize Table of Contents
> dialog box, I'm missing a context in which a title occurs, and so I am
> unable to add those titles to my TOC. The parent of the title in question
> is a division element. I don't know why this particular parent/title
> combination is not showing up in the dialog box. Does anyone know what I
> can do add it to the list?
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Carolyn Herlin
>

Carolyn:

As Paul stated, verify that your division element is declared in the .dcf
file because Styler will pull info from the .dcf file.

Paul is also right to verify that your TOC is configured to included the
level of the division element that you want to style. I believe the default
setting for the TOC is 3 levels. So if the division level you are not
seeing is a division 4 or 5, that would be why you are not seeing it.

Good luck!

Andrea




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