\x15 is a VERY old way to do it, but perhaps not hamstrung yet? The \x2011 is
me guessing at a way the modern Unicode hex value could be inserted for
interpretation by FM.
Alternately, type one or insert one using the symbols palette, copy it, and see
if it pastes into the definition?
There's GOT to be a way... similarly, thinspace is often a critical one, for
volatile (or scoped/personalized) measurements and their units of measure.
--------- Original Message --------- Subject: Re: [Framers] [WTF ramemaker] RE:
Anyone know of a way to include a non-breaking hyphen/dash in a variable
From: "Art Campbell" <art.campb...@gmail.com>
Date: 10/10/17 2:23 pm
To: "Rick Quatro" <r...@rickquatro.com>
Cc: "Framers List" <writers--techies-on-framema...@googlegroups.com>, "An email
list for people using Adobe FrameMaker software." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nope, that's not it...
On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 11:44 AM, Rick Quatro <r...@rickquatro.com> wrote:
> Hi Art,
> Try \+ in the dialog box.
> Rick Quatro
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: [Framers] Anyone know of a way to include a non-breaking
> hyphen/dash in a variable definition?
> On FM '17
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