Using <$elemparanum> in TOC and lists (or another way to display the numbering)

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Nov 25, 2015 Nov 25, 2015

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Hi all!

I'm currently designing FM12 templates for an IFU project.

I've ran into a problem concerning TOCs and lists for graphics and tables:

I have numbered the Graphics and Tables with <$chapnum> and <n+> in the EDD, so e.g. the full title of a table is: "Tab. 2–1: Insert text here".

I now want to use the numbering format in a separate table list document at the beginning of the book. The list should look like that:

Tab. 1–1: Insert text here............................1

Tab. 1–2: Insert text here............................2

Tab. 2–1: Insert text here............................2

Tab. 3–1: Insert text here............................4


I have got everything working except the numbering format in the beginning. <$elemparanum> doesn't work in numbering formats or on the reference page. <$chapnum> only displays the chapter number of the table list.


Any suggestions how to generate the numbering? To edit the numbering everytime I update the book is not a feasible option.


Thanks


Patrick



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