22.214.171.124 Identifying See
and See also index references
To make sure Mif2Go recognizes See
and See also entries in your FrameMaker
index, you can specify the words used as starting terms in those entries.
Mif2Go uses this information for sorting
(see §126.96.36.199 Choosing where to
sort See also index references) and for merging (see §6.11 Setting up a dynamic
modular Help system).
To specify the words used for See
and See also in your FrameMaker index:
; SeeTerm = word(s) used as the start of a See
index entry, default
; "See" without the quotes, case is significant
; SeeAlsoTerm = word(s) used as the start of a
See also entry, default
; "See also" without the quotes, case is significant
SeeAlsoTerm = See also
These settings allow you to designate different
terms, perhaps in another language, or to specify a different case. For
example, if you always capitalize both words in your See
also index entries:
SeeAlsoTerm = See Also
Mif2Go recognizes See
and See also entries that include multiple
references, provided the references are separated by semicolons. For
pome fruits, see apples;
includes two references, one to the index entry
for "apples" and one to the entry for "pears".
Links are active in OmniHelp and HTML Help
For OmniHelp, Mif2Go redirects both See
and See also links to their targets in
the index itself; see §9.7.6 Redirecting See and See also index entries.
Microsoft HTML Help Workshop also redirects these links. However, there
is no visual clue that the links are there; you have to double-click
an index entry to activate the link.
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