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From: "James P. Colgate" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Re: Citing Sources
Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2003 17:32:39 -0500
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From: "bob gillis"
> Jim Byram wrote:
> > > So I would like to be able to suppress the CD for Source 1, GVR, but
> > > keep it for Source 81, the 1881 Canada Census.
> > I'm being dense. So the templates for source 1 have no [CD] element. And
> > templates for source 81 include the [CD] element. And the [CD] element
> > should always be conditional <[CD]> so that when there is no CD data,
> > element is not output. Why do I feel like you're asking something
> I have a <[CD]> for almost all sources.
> With Source 1, GVR, I would like to be able to make it a unique citation
> no matter what the CD contains and with Source 81, the 1881 Canada
> Census CD, I want to make each different CD a different unique citation,
> Now I can select one or the other method for all sources but not
> selectively for each source.
> bob gillis
Bob, I don't get it either. Can you try explaining some more -- maybe using