The shorter expression returns everything that is NOT tagged with anything in the ( "DocIss" or ... "WriterNote") set, PLUS everything that matches ("LITEvA" and (("LP" or ... or "SAS4vC") and not ("TBP" or "Internal"))).
You might try running the first one through a utility that simplifies logical expressions. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14902141/any-good-boolean-expression-simplifiers-out-there On Tue, Apr 18, 2017 at 1:08 PM, Lin Sims <ljsims...@gmail.com> wrote: > I wish. But my boss wants unstructured, so I'm sorta stuck. > > At least the long expression works properly. I just wish I understood why > the shorter one (which to me looks logically the same) doesn't. Ah, well. > > On Tue, Apr 18, 2017 at 4:02 PM, Robert Lauriston <rob...@lauriston.com> > wrote: > >> DocBook and DITA have a much more sophisticated approach to >> conditional text. There are multiple profiling attributes that can >> have multiple values. Thus the parameters you use when processing >> output are simple and human-readable. >> >> In my main docs, currently I use audience (public / internal) and >> condition (public / tech writer only). Both default to public, so I >> don't have to do anything to hide internal and tech-writer-only >> elements. _______________________________________________ This message is from the Framers mailing list Send messages to firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the list's homepage at http://www.frameusers.com Archives located at http://www.mail-archive.com/framers%40lists.frameusers.com/ Subscribe and unsubscribe at http://lists.frameusers.com/listinfo.cgi/framers-frameusers.com Send administrative questions to listad...@frameusers.com