Well, your red example text got trashed in the list server, so you
don't really have an example.

What I'd do, though, is use two tags. One for the Figure Title text
that shows up in the LOF and a second tag (FigTitle2) with matching
format attributes. Set the first one so that it paginates as a run-in
head, and you won't be able to tell in the book where they begin and
end. But the LOF will only pick up the Figure Title.

Art

On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 9:53 AM, Brenda Waltermeyer
<Brenda.Waltermeyer at jhuapl.edu> wrote:
> I have a document that has very long Figure Titles, but the author only
>  wants part of the title in the List of Figures when it is generated. Is
>  there a way to do this so I don?t have to do it manually every time I
>  generate the list.
>
>  For Example:
>
>  Example of Clutter Doppler Spectrum Computed from Original Lipa and Barrick
>  Code for a SWH of 6 ft from 35 Relative to the Radar Look Direction, Showing
>  that the Positive Doppler Peak Due to First-Order Bragg Scattering is Larger
>  in Amplitudes than the Negative Peak Due to Increased Wave Amplitudes
>  Propagating Towards the Radar
>
>  What should appear in the List of Figures: (Red text will not appear in the
>  List of Figures when generated)
>
>  Example of Clutter Doppler Spectrum Computed from Original Lipa and Barrick
>  Code for a SWH of 6 ft from 35 Relative to the Radar Look Direction, Showing
>  that the Positive Doppler Peak Due to First-Order Bragg Scattering is Larger
>  in Amplitudes than the Negative Peak Due to Increased Wave Amplitudes
>  Propagating Towards the Radar
>
>  Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
>
>  Thanks
>  Brenda
>  ----------------------------
>  Brenda L. Waltermeyer
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>
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