Documentation on macros mTopic and mNonLingEntities indicate that new types are added to mTopic and new nonlinguistic entities are added to mNonLingEntities macros... automatically? However, there are also actual types defined in these Macros.
Is it that the new entities are 'automatically' added to the macros...
IF They do not exist in another macro?
If they exist in another Macro, then you need to manually add them to the mTopic and mNonLingEntities definitions to force them to be included?
>Whenever you create a new type in an Opinions (or similar) template, the product assumes
>that unless this type is specified in another macro or in the nonlinguistic entities section of the
>Advanced Resource tab, it will be treated the same way as the other types defined in the macro
>Similarly, if you add new nonlinguistic entities in the Nonlinguistic Entities section of the Advanced
>Resources tab, they will be automatically processed as mNonLingEntities unless specified
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Re: TL Macros - mTopic and mNonLingEntities2012-12-27T19:51:15ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Also...
why is nonlinguistic entity Currency not added to mTopic by default?
Also, If these are automatically added to these macros, how does on exclude a Type from being automatically included? (by adding the type to another Macro?)
Re: TL Macros - mTopic and mNonLingEntities2013-01-07T09:49:57ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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You're right: to prevent a new type to be added to the macro mTopic, you just need to create a new macro.
If you create the type WhateverType and don't want it to be added by default to mTopic, create a macro mWhateverType such as velue=($WhateverType)
Re: TL Macros - mTopic and mNonLingEntities2013-01-07T09:53:34ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hello
Provided the template you've selected contains the macro mTopic, new types are 'automatically' added to this macro:
1. IF They do not exist in another macro
If they exist in another Macro, then you need to manually add them to the mTopic and mNonLingEntities definitions to force them to be included