It appears to me that the codes used for backreferencing in the Title objects only allows references to be in a single line. Does anyone know how to split each reference so it appears on a separate line instead? I tried using the \n code but it does not seem to work in this case.
Has anyone else created or modified a title object with back referencing abilities?
I would like to be able to split up the returned back reference names into multiple lines but given the code used, see above, I don't think this is possible. Still, I have some hope that someone better with GDL skills than myself might have an idea how to do this.
AC 19 6006 & AC 20
Mac OS 10.11.5
15" Retina MacBook Pro 2.6
27" iMac Retina 5K
In order to break backreference texts, you have to rescript the title object:
Add some intelligent hotspots, which will define the width of the textblock.
This width has to be added to the "textblock" width parameter, this way it will be possible to split each reference so it appears on separate lines (Sy_RichTextType, nonBreaking, width).