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Mon May 07, 2012 2:54 am Post
MimeticMouton wrote:What part specifically are you having trouble with? The basic way I'd suggest doing this is to set up the "Part <$t>:" bit as the folder prefix (as explained above, using whatever variable is appropriate) and then to check the box to include the folder title as well, assuming that the binder title of your parts folders is the name, e.g. "The Decision". If you add a carriage return at the end of the "Part <$t>:" prefix in the Level Settings, then you'll get
as you're looking for. You can further format the prefix and title by clicking in those lines in the sample text in the formatting compile pane.
How you set the part number and title on its own page will depend on the structure of your binder. If the parts and chapters are both folders, with scenes as text documents, you can set this up easily by setting the Folder/Folder divider in compile's Separators to "page break". If parts are folders and chapters are not, you'd need to set the Folder/Text divider to "page break".
Mon May 07, 2012 5:56 am Post
Mon Oct 29, 2012 8:04 pm Post
KB wrote:You can use tagged numbering streams - to do so, just add an arbitrary keyword to the auto-number tag. For instance, for parts, use something like:
And for chapters, use:
This will create separate streams.
If you want to restart chapter numbering with each part, then for your parts use:
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