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Reply to: Correct Behaviour of Output with Conditional AttributesMay 29, 2013 at 1:38 am
Also, the example you give is not quite the same as the example I'm asking about. To modify your example:
This paragraph is for everyone.
This paragraph is for “Windows XP” users.
This paragraph is for “Windows XP” administrators.
This paragraph is for all “Windows XP” people.
I'm asking about the cases where there are 2 attributes set in the topic (in the above fragment, “audience” and “platform”).
If I select “windowsxp” for platform in the “Show / Hide Conditional Text” dialog (and nothing for audience), then the first and the last paragraphs appear in output. What I don't get is why the second and third don't appear. Afterall, they both have “platform=”windowsxp””, just like the last paragraph.