On 08/09/2017 03:20 PM, Vic Steadman wrote:
I apologise for asking a question that I have seen answered before but
I want to sideline paragraphs according to their status (using, for
example @otherprops = “status = changed”) I have set up a profile to
flag the paragraphs in the output but cannot remember how to set the
paragraph style in the output.
Sample ".profiles" file: <XXE_install_dir>/demo/dita-samples/status.profiles
--> Make sure to use "File|Save as" on your local copy to force the
"Easy Profiling" add-on to recreate the corresponding the ".ditaval"
files in subdirectory "status_files/".
0) Your topic files are assumed to contain paragraphs having the
profiling attributes specified in your ".profiles" file. Example:
attribute "status" for above sample "status.profiles".
1) Associate the ".profiles" file to your DITA map using
"Map|Conditional Processing|Select Profile"'. Example: above sample
2) Select a profile found in the ".profiles" file. Example:
"HighlightStatus" in above sample "status.profiles".
3) Convert your DITA map to PDF for example.
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4.2. Creating a ".profiles" file allowing to flag contents in the
I remember having seen a recent discussion about this so would be
grateful if you could point me to it.
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