Open the EDD and look at the general rule of your paragraph element. Does it
look like this:
If so, that means a Paragraph only allows text.
It should allow both text and CrossReferences. Since it's mixed content it
should look like this:
(<TEXT> | CrossReference)*
It's also possible that the element allows mixed content, but the
CrossReference element is not included in that list. If so, the general rule
might look something like this:
(<TEXT> | Emphasis | InlineGraphic | Button)*
You would need to add CrossReference to the general rule so that it looks like
(<TEXT> | Emphasis | InlineGraphic | Button | CrossReference)*
From: framers-bounces+mike.feimster=acstechnologies.com at lists.frameusers.com
On Behalf Of Pallavi Nagesha
Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 10:55 AM
To: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Cross References in Structured FrameMaker
I am trying to convert a FrameMaker file to Structured FrameMaker file. What
I am seeing is that the sentences following a cross reference in a paragraph
are marked as invalid. I am using a CrossReference element for the cross
reference instance and a normal cross reference style. For example, in this
paragraph if the word "Structured" was a cross reference, then the rest of the
sentence following the word (from "was") becomes invalid unless I put it in a
new paragraph. Can some one tell me what is it that I am doing wrong and how I
can fix it?
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