Paul,

It is most likely that what you see is indeed related to the TimeSavers 
settings of "Ignore duplicate markers". I suggest that you try turning it 
off, redistill and inspect the result.

If it is indeed the case, consider using the other workarounds mentioned to 
prevent a hypertext marker from being duplicated in the PDF.

Shlomo


At 7/16/200909:58 AM, obair wrote:
>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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