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Re: Simple link to another document of the docs

From: till Rettig
Subject: Re: Simple link to another document of the docs
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 11:40:00 +0200

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> On Thursday 18 September 2008 22:20:12 Till Rettig wrote:
> > Is there no way to make "hidden" links without all the words around? I
> > would prefer something
> > like a clickable word only, that is, IMO @rglosnamed should work this
> > way:
> >
> > @rglosnamed{Music Glossary,Musikglossar} should give only the latter
> > word with a link included.
> Yes, that's exactly what @rglosnames is for: It creates a link to the 
> node (given as the first argument) in the MG and uses the second 
> argument as displayed text. See e.g. section 1.2 of the Learning manual, 
> where we have this exact link. Note however that you propably want to 
> link to the Top node (and not the node named "Music Glossary")?
> Are you running into problems with that command? What is not working?

I tried with Top node, but had some mistakes which I couldn't track so I 
thought maybe it is because of that -- as I saw it in music-glossary.itely the 
top node is only in the @ifnottex environment, so this might be the reason why 
it wouldn't work in pdf.

I tried @rglosnamed{Music Glossary,Glossar} and had the following:

Abschnitt "Music Glossary" in Glossar

I will check again, maybe there was an old secondary file which wasn't properly 
overwritten in the compiling.

> Cheers,
> Reinhold
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