[NTG-context] \seeindex and secondary index (register) levels

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Wed Mar 19 13:30:12 CET 2014


On 3/19/2014 1:11 AM, Rik Kabel wrote:
> How can I get \seeindex to refer to other than the top-level of an index
> entry? In the following MWE, I would like to link to /text+more/, not
> /text,/ and not /text+some/. That is, the highlight should include the
> name of the lower level(s). The actual link should be to the page with
> the entry for the reference text in the case that the top level is on
> one page of the index and the secondary entry on the next page.
>
> If this cannot be done, I can live with a separate \index{text, more}
> entry, but that is ugly when there are other text+something entries.
>
> I would also like to be able to specify the format of the reference,
> perhaps with before/middle/after keys. This would allow /text -> more/
> or otherwise as my publisher's style guide may require.
>
>     \setupinteraction[state=start]
>
>     \starttext
>
>     Some text\index{text+some}.
>
>     More text\index{text+more}.
>
>     And more\seeindex{I want}{text+more} and more\seeindex{I get}{text}.
>
>     \placefootnotes
>
>     \placeindex
>
>     \stoptext

cheat:     And more\seeindex{I want}{text{+}more} and more\seeindex{I 
get}{text}.


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