Hello, I've read chapter 17 "Conditional Text" of the User Guide several times in order to find out how I can do the following, but without success:
I want authors to be able to add comments that will not show up in the final printed document, but which can be exploited elsewhere, say, in the online version. Conditional Text seems to be created for this exact purpose. d like to use a paragraph-level element, "Comment" which I can hide or show. Authors can type as much or as few as is required in these elements. Once the document moves to the final layout check stage, we'll hide the Comments elements by switching Conditional Text off, and can then make the final adjustments for the print layout. Testing this out, I could indeed hide the text inside the element, but not the element itself, i.e. if the comment occupied one line, hiding it now showed one empty line, whereas I'd like to not even see that empty space. Could somebody tell me if that's possible, or not? In the latter case, I will be looking for another solution. Thanks in advance. -- cheers, Jakob.