Hi, Peter. Thanks for your suggestions.
Peter Gold wrote: > For editing purposes, you could define and apply a conditional text tag > whose text indicator (underline, overline, strikethrough) or color > (standard or one you define) would identify the inset. For more > information, search for conditional text in FrameMaker Help. After > editing, you can turn off conditional text indicators in Special > > Conditional Text > Show/Hide > uncheck Show Indicators. Marking the > content this way doesn't affect the text flow. I will try the conditional text approach and see how well it does. FWIW, at first blush, it seems like too much work, but ... no harm trying it! > You're not missing anything. To identify an inset, you can double click > it and get the information from the dialog box that appears. Yes - that is what I do today. It is just too clumsy though! The dialog box is never long enough, more clicks than necessary, etc. :( > Both of your requests are great ideas to suggest to the FrameMaker > enhancement request link at Adobe.com. Is there a URL or e-mail address for enhancement requests to Adobe? > It would be terrific if hovering > the cursor over a text inset would display the source information, like > a tool tip. It would be a good idea to suggest that it can be turned off > as a user preference. Exactly! Z