Working in unstructured FM10:

I would like to link to a string that includes conditional text and have that 
link show the conditional text attributes (e.g., color and overline/underline, 
etc.) in the linked-to string.

Note: In my experience,  a cross-reference to a string that includes 
conditional text does NOT show the conditional text attributes, so that the 
cross-reference appears in normally formatted (e.g., black) text only (i.e., 
with character attributes but not conditional text attributes). That is, the 
conditional text attributes are removed.

Is there a way to do this?

An alternate possibility might be to define a variable with conditional text 
included in the variable; however, I have not been able to find a way to do 
include conditional text WITHIN variable definitions.

Is there a way to do this?

Another alternative, I suppose, might be to transfer table CELLS that contain 
strings with conditional text; that is, to cross-reference the entire table 
CELL; that is, to transfer the contents of the CELL automatically. (However, 
I'm not sure that this would be any different than a regular cross-reference.)

Is there a way to link to table cells?

TIA for your help,
Barry Meislin

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