You refer below to "having multiple hypertext markers in the same paragraph."

This is not related to that. This happens even when the link is the only one in 
the graph. The issue happens when the link wraps to the second line.

With that information in mind, do you still think that this is tied to the 
TimeSavers setting of "Ignore duplicate 
>markers" (Links/General tab, under Advanced)?

Paul

On Wednesday, July 15, 2009, at 12:41AM, "Shlomo Perets" <shlomo.perets at 
microtype.com> wrote:
>Paul,
>
>You wrote:
>
>>I am just after noticing that, in my PDFs, links that wrap and go to a 
>>second line are not active in the part of the link that is on the second line.
>>The start of the link, on the first line, works fine.
>>All x-refs that wrap in Frame work fine in Frame.
>>I never saw this behavior before in a PDF made from a Frame file.
>>Does anyone have any guess as to why this is happening?
>>Thanks.
>>I am using timesavers and IXgen, in case it matters.
>
>
>Yes, this is related to the TimeSavers setting of "Ignore duplicate 
>markers" (Links/General tab, under Advanced).
>
>Occasionally FrameMaker processes a single hypertext marker twice or more 
>(this can be clearly seen in the PS file, or if you convert to PDF, with or 
>without TimeSavers).
>
>Other than turning on "Ignore duplicate markers", you can suppress 
>duplicate features by selecting the hypertext marker only and applying a 
>character property or format to it. Depending on your use for hypertext 
>markers, another option is to avoid having multiple hypertext markers in 
>the same paragraph.
>
>[ Note: suppressing the cross-reference link made sense in conjunction with 
>the "Side Links" feature, where a clickable symbol replaces the active 
>area, and only one symbol is needed even when the cross-reference is split 
>between two lines, see
>http://www.microtype.com/showcase/NavigationAsst/SideLinks1.pdf or 
>http://www.microtype.com/showcase/NavigationAsst/SideLinks2.pdf ]
>
>
>
>Shlomo Perets
>
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