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AmberV wrote:I doubt I'm the only one that has more than two types of annotations.
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Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:22 pm Post
AmberV wrote:As for what you mean to do however, take a close look at what the Styles pane gives you, in the compile format design interface. Everything an inline annotation can do can be done here, and more, including deletion and prefix/suffix—but since each individual style can have its own settings, this effectively gives you what you’re asking for. You can have three or four different styles that are designed to hold different kinds of “inline comment”, and selectively choose which, if any, should be compiled. Maybe you have a set for the publisher, and another for proofreaders, or one for LaTeX output and another for simple PDF proofing.
Hopefully that gives you some ideas.
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