One other way to fix this is to use FrameScript or an API client to temporarily convert the cross-references into spot cross-references. This involves inserting a Cross-Ref marker at the source and setting its text to the unique id. Then the cross-reference properties are changed so that the cross-reference points to the marker. WWP will then treat this as an unstructured cross-reference.
I agree that this is not an ideal situation, but it may be more reasonable than changing your workflow. Rick Quatro Carmen Publishing 585-659-8267 www.frameexpert.com >I may have to go with Jeremy on this one (earth tremors for a moment). >Quadralay support for structured xrefs has been hit or miss over the years >with both the WWP and ePublisher products, and this has been a source of >great aggravation for some structured FM users. Coincidentally, I recently >got a call from a Quadralay sales rep who said that the issue has just been >fixed (again) in the latest patch of ePublisher. You might try getting in >touch with Quadralay, if you can get them to talk to you. In any case, you >might be out of luck with WWP 8.x, unless you get an older version. I am >using 126.96.36.1994 with which the xrefs still work, but not with FM 7.2. I >have to keep 7.1 installed to use it. > > > > Russ