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    0.1Creating a Tag

    A tag is a function used to help you check the contents of your book at a certain time point whenever you want to. You can use a tag for the following purposes.

    • A tag is used to maintain detailed versions of your document such as User Guide 2.0, User Guide 2.01, and User Guide 2.02.

    • A tag is used to manage the milestones in each phase such as drafts, review versions, and final versions.

    • A tag is used when you need to check the changes made at a certain time point such as before and after translations.

    In the editor, you can compare the tagged contents with other tags or all revision histories including the latest version.

    Latest Version Tag

    When you create a book, a tag called the “Latest Version” is automatically generated.

    Figure 0-1Latest Version Tag

    User Defined Tag

    A user can create a tag when they need to. A user can create a tag in the following order.

    1. In the detailed book screen, go to the <Tag & Publishing> panel and click on the <Create Tag> link.

    2. Enter your basics, styles, and whether to publish it externally in the form and click on the <Save> button.

    The following is the difference between the “Latest Version” and an user defined tag.

    Table 0-1Difference between the “Latest Version” and a User Defined Tag

    Latest Version

    User Defined Tag

    Auto creation

    It is automatically created when you create a book.

    A user needs to create it on their own.

    Time point

    It always shows the latest content.

    It shows the content at the time when a tag was created.

    Delete

    You can’t delete it.

    You can delete it.

    Rebuild PDF and EPUB

    You can rebuild them.

    You can’t rebuild them.

    Web Viewer URL

    You can use a unique ID or user defined value.

    You can only use a user defined value.

    0.2Publishing Externally

    Basically, only a logged in user can access Web Viewer and download a PDF and EPUB file. Using the <Tag & Publishing> panel, you can perform these tasks regardless of whether you are logged in.

    Publishing the Latest Version Externally

    You can publish the “Latest Version” externally in the following order.

    1. In the tag list, click on the <Change> Link for the “Latest Version” tag.

    2. Select “Yes” for “Publish Externally”.

      • If you want to keep the book already published to yourself, then click on “No” and save the setting.

    3. Enter the Web Viewer URL and click on the <Save> button.

    Figure 0-2Publishing the Latest Version Externally

    You can set your Web Viewer URL in either of the following two ways.

    Table 0-2Web Viewer URL Setting

    Type

    Web Viewer URL

    Default

    Unique ID is automatically granted.

    User Defined

    Enter an arbitrary URL. If it is being used by another book or it include a back slash(\) or it starts with slash(/) or it starts with words(r/, R/) used by the application, then you can not enter the value.

    Publishing User Defined Tags Externally

    When you create or change a user defined tag, you can set whether to publish externally.

    Unlike the “Latest Version” tag, you can only set a user defined URL.

    Rebuilding Files

    You can rebuild PDF and EPUB files for the “Latest Version” tag.

    You can do it in the same way as when you build a file by clicking the <Download PDF> and the <Download EPUB> links.
    1. Check if the content of a book is changed.

    2. In the tag list, click on the <Rebuild File> link for the “Latest Version” tag.

    3. In the <Rebuild File> overlay, select PDF Theme, PDF Page Layout, and an EPUB Theme and then click on the <Rebuild> button.

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