# [NTG-context] registers, how to ignore quote marks

jbf roma83537 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 29 11:02:36 CET 2022

Thanks for this response. I'll have to work on this (but tomorrow...
it's late at night for me at the moment). I can see part of what you
mean: I can use, for example \index[myindex]{\it Book title} (Book
Author) and get the correct result, but not sorted properly, so I have
to understand how, as you say, to 'set the sort entry to the unformatted
version' which is not clear to me at the moment. I'll tackle it on the
morrow when I'm thinking more clearly!

Julian

On 29/1/22 20:43, Henning Hraban Ramm via ntg-context wrote:
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> Am 29.01.22 um 06:23 schrieb jbf via ntg-context:
>> Any thoughts (but I'm pretty sure this isn't fully explained in the
>> wiki) how I can get part of the index entry in italics and part
>> normal? That might be a bit more difficult I think.
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> If you want to format the page number or the whole entry, you can use
> processors. But if you want to format only parts of the entry, I don’t
> see an other solution than to use formatting in the entry and set the
> sort entry to the unformatted version like:
>
> \index[myindexentry]{{\it my} index entry}
>
> otherwise the name of the used commands/macros is used for the index
> ordering.
>
> Hraban
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