The Markers Pod allows you to view markers in a number of ways, and show their position within the text's body when selected via the pod. But there seems to be no way to do the opposite - select a marker within the body, and have it be highlighted in the pod.
Am I missing something fundamental here? Isn't this a much more common real-world need?
Not quite following you - you've got your Text Symbols turned on, right? So you can see where the marker is located (in my case I even set a colour & size character style to make them more noticeable & distinguish between them) & when you select it, the marker pod shows what's in the marker text. Am I missing something?
Thanks for your reply.
Text symbols are turned on, so within the body, I can clearly see where the markers are located.
When I select them, however, nothing happens in the Marker Pod.
What I'm hoping for is exactly the behavior you described - when I select a marker symbol within the text, I would like the pod to show me which marker that is, in the same way that selecting a marker within the pod shows the corresponding marker within the text.
Ok, here's an example of one of my documents - it's a heading that has 3 different marker types associated with different spots in the text. Each of them is colour coded so that I can tell which one is which:
I've got the Marker Pod open, and have selected one of the markers in the text.
I hope it shows up well enough to see.