I use Frame 7.0p579 on WinXP. The index of my book uses a 2-column body text frame labeled A. The index heading sports an overhead line, and since we want this to span the width of the page, we have placed the heading in a separate text frame, tagged IX. The problem is that in the book, when I toggle it to Display Heading Text, the index displays the capital letter A and not the word Index from the heading.
Both text frames, A and IX, feature the Autoconnect checkbox checked. If I clear the checkbox from the A text frame and save the file, the entry in the book file changes from A to the filename.fm, even though the rest of the books shows heading text and not filenames. My question is: what logic does Frame use to decide which text to display in the book when the Display Heading Text mode is selected? In blank empty test books I've tried, it takes the first text entered in the A text frame. I've tried swapping name tags of the two text frames but this doesn't help. --Doug