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What happens if you apply the link and then the bold?
The same exact thing.
Seems logical that one would avoid repeating the same detrimental actions.
In your initial example, why couldn't you use "list of schedules" as your link text, avoiding the HTML/RH issue altogether?
<p>You can filter the list of schedules that appears on the <b>Status</b> tab and the list of clients that appears within an expanded schedule.</p>
I'm directing them to the topic that describes the features of the Status tab and is titled as such, not just a description of the "list of schedules." Call me crazy, but I tend to design for usability rather than misdirect the user to accommodate limitations of the authoring tool. :*)
Well, exCUUUUUUSE ME!
Then, why do you include the "tab" or "window" as part of the link? Why not just <b>Status</b>? Some might say that there are plenty of limitations to go around, here.
Good luck (and I really, really mean that),