Why are some elements not tagged (Studio 2011)
Thread poster: Olly Pekelharing

Olly Pekelharing  Identity Verified
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Sep 21, 2013

I have a document full of mathematical formulas which Studio neatly converts to tags... but not always! Some of the formulas, while clearly visible in the preview pane, are not visible at all (as tags) in the editor. I have 'Full tag Text' selected. Is there some setting I need to adjust to reveal even more tags?

Thanks,

Olly


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SDL Community  Identity Verified
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Maybe they... Sep 21, 2013

.... are treated as External Tags and get moved out of the segment altogether? Try using the display filter with All Content instead of All Segments and take a look between the segments.

If that's not it, can you share an example of the problem and explain why you need to see them?

Thanks

Paul


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Olly Pekelharing  Identity Verified
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External tags Sep 22, 2013

That was it. I wanted to move them as they have been incorrectly positioned (it's no big deal, the client can always position them properly in the final doc). Can you move external tags? I tried once and got one of those 'last child' warnings.

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Olly


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