>> There's no fundamental flaw

So the documents do have something of a fundamental structural flaw.
tnx

avi



On Thu, May 14, 2009 at 9:03 PM, Combs, Richard
<richard.combs at polycom.com>wrote:

> Avraham Makeler wrote:
>
> > The Book window can display the chapter entries in one of two
> different
> > views: 'Display heading text' or 'Display filenames'.
> >
> > In the 'Display heading text' view I see that instead of displaying
> the
> > title of the chapter, it just displays whatever happens to be the
> first
> > line
> > of the chapter text frame (rather than the chapter title in the
> chapter
> > head
> > frame (did I call it by the right name...?). Is there a configuration
> > option
> > anywhere to change this? Or do the documents have a fundamental
> structural
> > flaw that is only apparent through the 'Display heading text' view?
>
> There's no fundamental flaw, and FM has no such concept as "chapter head
> frame." FM (quite reasonably, IMHO) assumes that your chapters begin
> with a title, so it displays the first pgf (or as much of it as fits on
> one line) in the main flow of the document.
>
> Apparently, you have the title in its own text frame (which is fine)
> that's not part of the main flow (which is not so fine). Connect your
> "chapter head frames" to the text frames that follow them so that the
> text in them is at the beginning of the main flow.
>
> HTH!
> Richard
>
>
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> Polycom, Inc.
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