I have quite a large document in FM2019 (> 500 pages, unstructured format), and when I generate the epub or mobi outputs, there are no hyperlinks between any figures and associated references in the text. The screen grab below should show what I mean. I'm guessing the reason is because I use a frame (within the figure frame) for the figure title, but I'm not sure. Note that the generated PDF is fine (links are generated as expected).
Can anyone say for sure what I'm doing wrong here, and possibly suggest a better approach?
Is it just the caption hypertext at issue, or are there also issues with HT from elements in the actual art?
If the latter, how are the HTs being implemented in FM?
• FM Cross-Reference
• Hotspots in art (and to what)
• FM Hypertext Markers (and to what, e.g. Named Destinations)
• … now for something, completely different …
I don't have any epub or mobi experience, but anyone who does might need to know the above.
Thanks for the reply. I use cross-references for all my links, as shown in screen-grab below. Because the PDF copy is fine, I assumed that I was doing things correctly, but there is obviously something else missing in my understanding.
Any other information I need to give, please let me know.
Also, just one more thing I failed to mention: I'm not using hot-spots or anything like that anywhere in my figures (or the document in gerneral), just cross-references everywhere.
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... So the problem is just related to the caption hyper-text, which is generated by cross-reference.