Max, I believe that this is the solution that you want. There is a blank in between the < >.
Step = S:Step <n+>0: < =0>< =0> Table = S:Table <n>0.<a+>< > Figure = S:Figure <n>0.< ><a+> Brad On Sep 18, 2007, at 11:40 AM, Maxwell Hoffmann wrote: > I have a challenge with autonumbering, and can't recall the > solution. (Ran into this unusual numbering style some years ago.) I > am trying to get a complex autonumbering sequence to work in > unstructured FM7.2 on Windows. > > I'm assisting a customer with a template that requires the > following numbered paragraphs to occur w/in one document: > > Step 10: How to rinse the sink > <body text> > Step 20: How to dry the sink > <text> > Table 20.a > <table> > Table 20.b > <table> > Figure 20.a > <Figure> > Step 30: How to fill the sink > <body text> > Figure 30.a > <Figure> > > In other words, both Table Title and Figure Title have to inherit > their primary number from the "Step". The problem is how to > maintain a separate number stream for Tables and Figures that will > let them number sequentially, and not be affected by one another. > > Here are my para number definitions: > Step = S:Step <n+>0: > Table = S:Table <n>0.<a+> > Figure = S:Figure <n>0.<a+> > > When mixing Figures and Tables I get results like these: > Step 10: > Figure 10.a > Figure 10.b > Figure 10.c > Table 10.d > Step 20: > > ... The "Table" needs to number at "Table 10.a" > > I thought of using <$chapnum> for the primary <n+> in the "Step" > para, but <$chapnum> will not number sequentially w/in the same > document. Using the following definitions works for one "Step 10:" > but there is no way to have "Step 20:" number sequentially: > Step = S:Step <$chapnum>0: > Table = F:Figure <$chapnum>0.<a+> > Figure = T:Table <$chapnum>0.<a+> > > These definitions produce the following results: > Step 10: > Figure 10.a > Figure 10.b > Figure 10.c > Table 10.a > Step 10: > > FYI -- this document does not require or use a conventional > numbered chapter heading. > > Can anyone out there think of an autonumbering pattern in > FrameMaker (7.2) that will work for the sequence I describe at the > beginning of my email? Any and all advice welcomed. > > Maxwell Hoffmann/ENLASO > (805) 807-0853 > > _______________________________________________ > > > You are currently subscribed to Framers as brad at beyondprint.com. > > Send list messages to framers at lists.frameusers.com. > > To unsubscribe send a blank email to > framers-unsubscribe at lists.frameusers.com > or visit http://lists.frameusers.com/mailman/options/framers/brad% > 40beyondprint.com > > Send administrative questions to listadmin at frameusers.com. Visit > http://www.frameusers.com/ for more resources and info.