|Product:||PageStream 184.108.40.206 (All Platforms)||Reported By:||Gary Lee Smith|
|Severity:||Enhancement||Assigned To:||Deron Kazmaier|
|Priority:||Average||sign in to watch (1 is watching)|
|Category:||Text Editing||Updated:||2006-05-20 20:45:00|
|Summary:||Index Mark identification|
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Some way is needed to identify what an individual Index Mark is. With non-printing characters on, it is usually possible to "see" one is there, but not to identify it. It is not possible, so as I can tell, to "delete" the mark by text delete--it just moves--probably a good idea in some respects.
Presently, I have to enter column breaks to get marks on a different page, so I can identify and delete it using Index Marks Define->Marks.
Just having separate entries for each Index Mark, and distinct page numbers for EACH entry (even when several are on the same page) as an option would go a long way toward identification and would fit my needs much better.
Maybe have an option to turn off bundling together of all similar entries on a page? In addition, some way of "seeing" the connection for the mark would be nice and helpful, but probably not worth the coding effort at this point.
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Bug #117 - Index Mark identification by Gary Lee Smith index mark
created:2006-05-20 20:45:00 last updated:2006-05-20 20:45:00
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