Cross-referencing to a sub-clause/bullet outside the clause file

Hi! I was trying to refer to a sub-clause/bullet outside the clause file by using a concept (§#concept) but the cross-reference works for the clause only, not the sub-clause/bullet. How does that work?

Hi, Melek! Good question.

First, you need to isolate the sub-clause/bullet you want to refer to by creating a separate clause for it.

Note that if you want the sub-clause/bullet to appear in a particular location, e.g. in the middle rather than as a first or last sub-clause/bullet, then you may need to divide your list of sub-clauses/bullets into parts so that the target clause is isolated. For example, if you have three sub-clauses and you want the target to be the second sub-clause, you need to create three separate clauses for the first sub-clause, the target, and the last sub-clause respectively. The same logic applies for bullets. Then, you can change their location and indentation by clicking the arrows in the direction you wish to move them or by using the browse or search menus to insert the clause above or below any selected clause.

Once you have created a separate clause for the sub-clause/bullet, the basic principles of cross-referencing apply: you can use concepts ( § #concept ) or cross-tags to refer to the relevant sub-clause/bullet. For more information on that, check out this video.

I hope that answers your question!

That answers my question. Thank you, Senne!