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You're perfectly willing to let RH display HTML code in your project in WYSIWYG mode, keep track of all your topics, images, etc., generate an online triple-frame output with TOC, Index, Search, and Glossary, as well as a print version, prepare online output for multiple browsers that refuse to display some forms of code that the other browsers do, yada, yada, yada.
However, you balk at its methods, that is, adding some specific code for its own purposes.
We are all RH users, here, with challenging jobs of our own. We have all worked with multiple versions of RH (some since the early 90's) and other HATs (some since the late 80's), and we have mostly learned to deal with HATs as we would with crazy Uncle Harry. And that is, to accomodate his quirky behavior as necessary to get through Thanksgiving dinner.
>> Let's see... <SNIP> Good luck,
Ok, that's fine.
>> adding some specific code for its own purposes.
Ok, that's also fine.
But RH left me wondering why it is showing me that "Other" subtree with all its styles/whatever. I was wondering if I actually had to do something with them, or at least offering me some advantage by using them.
I understand from your answer that it was just a mistake that RH shows us that subtree, and we should just ignore it?
Yes, RH has always "beefed up" the .css entries, but the "Other" seems to be an effort on their parts to be more transparent. Only thing I can figure...