I am taking to heart the advice not to add too much styling to a clause, since the clause might be used by others with different styling conventions (or we might change our conventions in the future).
I have a defined integrated term, which I want to render in the document as (THE “ACT”) – i.e., with “act” in bold, per our firm style for defined terms:
Rather than forcing bold formatting, I am trying to follow the advice in the help pages and use the concept “#Act,” with the associated label “Act”:
My syntax is therefore: (THE “@uppercase(#-ACT)”)
I use the “uppercase” function to make the label appear in uppercase, and the “#-” styling to prevent the word “the” from appearing within the quotation marks. This is fine, except that I cannot figure out how to get the label to render in bold as well.
In my definition styles, I have set definitions in the definitions list to show up in bold; I guess this does not apply to integrated definitions. I suppose Clausebase doesn’t know when the use of the concept label is in an integrated definition or just in regular text. Maybe there could be a way to tag this in Clausebase, i.e., to tag something in order force definition styling for an integrated definition?