Sure... Create a new element, we use Phrase, and use it to apply what
you apply now with character formats. Works like a champ. We have a
Bold, Emphasis, Superscript, as well as a few others. Character formats,
by themselves, don't work in structure, very well.

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Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2006 1:02 PM
To: framers at
Subject: Mark-up in generated structured lists

Me again... Sarah O'Keefe sort of implies in the 'Complete Reference'
that you can apply structure to generated lists, but as it gets blown
away the next time the list is generated, it's best either not to
bother, or do it last.

Here's the rub: one generated list document in my current template, a
list of figures, uses a character tag to format the figure number ('cos
it looks nice). My EDD is set up so that the individual lines of the
generated list can be wrapped in appropriate elements if required.
However, if I do this, I lose the character mark-up.

Is this a dead-end, or is there any way to preserve the character
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