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Re: [eLyXer-users] \nameref suffort and index nomenclature entries

From: Alex Fernandez
Subject: Re: [eLyXer-users] \nameref suffort and index nomenclature entries
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 00:40:32 +0100

Hi Tiago,

On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 9:58 PM, Tiago Pedro Alves-Ferreira
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Would it be possible:
> 1) Support the \nameref command?
> Prior, \nameref could only be used in ERT but with LyX 2.0 now in beta it is 
> possible to use it directly from the cross-reference drop-down menu.
> Right now the link is produced in elyxer but no name label is assigned to it.

I understand you would like the name of the referenced part to appear
on the reference? I worked on it a little bit, but did not get too
far. I am adding the request to the feature wish list so it is not
forgotten; it should come out in a couple of versions at most.

> 2) Allow the option to skip nomenclature/index entries?
> In my personal experience in some types of HTML documents index and 
> nomenclature do not make much sense.
> I know this could be achieved by annihilating  the \index and \nomenclature 
> entries from the HTML file once is created. E.g, right now I have been using 
> in grep:
> <a class="IndexReference" name=".*?</a>{1}?|<a class="NomenclatureEntry" 
> name=".*?</a>{1}?
> to do this but it would be nice to have an option for this purposed.

Here again I would like to clarify: you would prefer Index and
Nomenclature to disappear, and the links to display as a regular word?
It can be done, but I don't understand it well. Why doesn't it make
sense on the HTML document?


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