Re: index entry see also ?

2009-08-21 Thread Ian S. Worthington
FWIW I hate index entries that redirect me. There may be an occasional justified use (redirect me to a concept with many sub-entries) but most redirect me to another entry to give me a page or two. Surely this is archaic? i -- Original Message -- Received: 10:10 AM COT, 08/21/2009

Re: index entry see also ?

2009-08-21 Thread Ian S. Worthington
FWIW I hate index entries that redirect me. There may be an occasional justified use (redirect me to a concept with many sub-entries) but most redirect me to another entry to give me a page or two. Surely this is archaic? i -- Original Message -- Received: 10:10 AM COT, 08/21/2009

Re: index entry "see also" ?

2009-08-21 Thread Ian S. Worthington
FWIW I hate index entries that redirect me. There may be an occasional justified use (redirect me to a concept with many sub-entries) but most redirect me to another entry to give me a page or two. Surely this is archaic? i -- Original Message -- Received: 10:10 AM COT, 08/21/2009