My script imports tagged text and places it in selected frames. Due to the tag creation process used, I occasionally get a "Ignoring character level attribute termination tag "<cTracking:>" found without the corresponding character level attribute application tag "<cTracking:value>"
Since it's not a problem I can ignore this specific error -- but I don't want to turn off ALL problem tag error checking because occasionally there are serious errors that I DO want to see.
Is there a way to tell ID to ignore this specific error?
You should fix whatever is causing the errors in your tagged text!
UNfortunately the original ascii files uses a <D> code to return to the default settings -- and since that occasionally includes resetting the tracking to 0 I need to include the "<cTracking:>" tag.
I could obviously fix it by adding a "<cTracking:0>" to all the codes -- but that seems like it could cause more problems.
I can preprocess the ascii code to eliminate the excess codes -- but that increases processing time for something which happens only occasionally and is non-problematis in practice.