0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 18, 2010 2:35 PM by A25CharacterScreenName

    Are there alternate displays for conditional text.

    A25CharacterScreenName

      I am developing a web help system that makes extensive use of conditional build tags. Some text blocks will have as many as 7 different tags applied to it, or some permutation thereof, and many times multiple spans are adjacent. Frequently the conditional text appears in Single Source Snippets. My document creators are complaining that they cannot distinguish among the different colors of hash marks and that the "fly-over" text is not very helpful because it is so ephemeral (you don't even get flyovers when the text is derived from a single source snippet).

       

      Does anyone know of a way to cause the design view to interpret the processing instructions differently and display the conditional text in any way other than multi-colored hash marks? Background color? Foreground color? CSS2 :before and :after pseudo-selectors? Any suggestions are welcome at this point.