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Cross-reference marker ID

Mar 28, 2013 5:23 PM

Hi everyone,

 

Has anyone worked with duplicate cross-reference markers before?

My question is, is the uique number in each marker text the same if multiple markers exist in the same location?

Thank you for your help.

 
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    Mar 28, 2013 9:45 PM   in reply to FM-new-user

    If you let FM create the markers, then every one will have a unique id number and multiple cross-refs to the same location will all automatically point to the same marker with the same id number. How did you get the dupes? FM won't let you copy & paste a marker, but it will let you cut & paste.

     
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    Mar 29, 2013 4:27 PM   in reply to FM-new-user

    You can find the markers by either doing it in a brute force manner using the Find > Marker of type (and have the Marker window open to see the contents) or by using a MIF version and using a text editor to search for the MText right after a <MType 9> entry. The MText would be the duplicate and the Unique ID entry would be two lines further.

     

    The general structure of a Marker in MIF is as in the following example:

     

       <Marker

        <MType 9>

        <MTypeName `Cross-Ref'>

        <MText `37042: Body: At vero eos et accusam et iusto odio blandit praes'>

        <MCurrPage `1'>

        <Unique 998385>

       > # end of Marker

     

    Cross-refs target the MText line using a <XRefSrcText ...> entry that is the same as the MText content.

     
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    Apr 1, 2013 11:52 PM   in reply to Arnis Gubins
    <MText `37042: Body: At vero eos et accusam et iusto odio blandit praes'>

    Hey, no fair! I recognise that text: you've been looking inside my documents! <rofl>

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