Consider this scenario: you’re working in a FrameMaker document that uses a lot of conditional tags, including the conditional tag defined for comments and editorial notes. If you need to work on incorporating comments, you can display all the conditional content in the document with the condition indicators visible. However, browsing your way through the multi-colored text to look for comments may be difficult.
A simple workaround here could be applying a character tag to the comments and editorial notes in addition to the conditional formatting. This way, even when the condition indicators are hidden, the comments and editorial notes in the document stand out from the rest of the content.
The screenshot below illustrates the character tag Comment-text applied to editorial notes.
If you need help creating a new character tag in FrameMaker, refer to “Character Formats” in FrameMaker web Help. To understand how to apply and manage conditional tags, see “Working in conditional documents”.