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How do I remove unwanted text labels associated with DITA <info> tag?

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Mar 01, 2017

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Hi!

I have a framemaker book formed using DITA with an associated template. Whenever an opening <info> tag appears in the structure, a text label 'Additional Info:' appears in my output document. My guess is that this label is automatically generated based on something in the template (Recreating a new book with the same content but no template gets rid of the label, although this also made any <context> tags show up in the text as 'Context:'...).

Any clues on how to fix this? Or where I should look??

Thanks!

Kat

Hi Kat,

I asked this exact question under a slightly different username a few years ago, and ScottPrentice helped me out:

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1158423

I hope you find this useful. I have learned a fair bit in the intervening years, so I may be able to answer further questions on this.

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How do I remove unwanted text labels associated with DITA <info> tag?

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Hi!

I have a framemaker book formed using DITA with an associated template. Whenever an opening <info> tag appears in the structure, a text label 'Additional Info:' appears in my output document. My guess is that this label is automatically generated based on something in the template (Recreating a new book with the same content but no template gets rid of the label, although this also made any <context> tags show up in the text as 'Context:'...).

Any clues on how to fix this? Or where I should look??

Thanks!

Kat

Hi Kat,

I asked this exact question under a slightly different username a few years ago, and ScottPrentice helped me out:

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1158423

I hope you find this useful. I have learned a fair bit in the intervening years, so I may be able to answer further questions on this.

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Hi Kat,

I asked this exact question under a slightly different username a few years ago, and ScottPrentice helped me out:

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1158423

I hope you find this useful. I have learned a fair bit in the intervening years, so I may be able to answer further questions on this.

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Thanks Ohne! It is the same issue, and I just figured it out. I'm using Framemaker 2017, and the unwanted text was indeed under the Numbering tab in the paragraph designer. I've just been using FM for a couple of weeks so this had me stumped for a while.

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Oh, and I just realized what your username means. I guess your name isn't Ohne - lol!

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