TexNet32 - Link destinations

TexNet32 maintains a link destinations list in order to allow you to export a file in HTML format without losing external links or internal anchor names.

You will look at the "Link destinations" window mostly when adding a link or a target to a text. If you are adding a link, you will most likely choose an existing destination from the list. If you are adding a target, you will normally click on the "New" button to add a new destination to the list. Click "OK" to complete the adding of the link or target to the text or "Cancel" to cancel it.

The first column gives the color-based identifier for each link destination, and the second column gives its address. Addresses corresponding to targets within the text normally begin with "#". Other addresses may be URLs or local file names.

You can use the "Link destinations" window to change any of the addresses.

The contents of the link destination list are automatically reset when you import into the full text window from HTML or from a TexNetF structured (*.net) file. If the full text is imported from a TexNetF structured file, each address should just be "#" plus the identifer.

You can save the contents of the list in a *.tnl file by clicking on the "Save as" button. If the "Save with full text *.rtf" checkbox is checked, the contents of the list will be saved automatically in a companion *.tnl file whenever you save the full text in an *.rtf file.

To retrieve the contents of a saved list from a *.tnl file, click on "Open". If you retrieve an *.rtf file into the full text window and it has a companion *.tnl file, the *.tnl will be retrieved automatically into the link destinations list.

To view the list of link destinations directly without adding a link or target, select "Link destinations" from the "Window" menu.

Last updated February 5, 2008, by Tim Craven