Hi Galen,

I'm sorry this makes you sad, but it's a design decision made to keep the
program simple.

Postproc filters are the way to do it, as you already did. Maybe you could
simplify your customized mark to just {{i}} or even {i}?

On Thursday, April 4, 2013, Galen Menzel wrote:

> Hi all.
> I'm trying to find a way to get interpreted marks inside a title tag or a
> named link.  For example, say I want a section of my document to have the
> title
> Why *Wuthering Heights* should not be taught in school
> Doing this the naive way
>   == Why //Wuthering Heights// should not be taught in school ==
> doesn't work, because marks are not interpreted inside of title tags.  The
> only thing I've been able to figure out is to use a postproc filter like
> %!postproc(html): "TAG{(.*?)}" <\1>
> and then use this inside the title tags:
>   == Why TAG{i}Wuthering HeightsTAG{/i} should not be taught in school ==
> Of course, this makes me sad for many reasons.  A similar problem happens
> in named links, and I'm sure in many other places where marks aren't
> interpreted.  I've looked and looked and can't find a nice way to do this.
>  Does anyone have any advice for me?
> Thanks!
> galen

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