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A ruleset in Atomik Xport consists of rules and box-ordering preferences. Previous sections in this chapter describe how to set up rules for a ruleset. The box-ordering preferences primarily enable you to dictate the order in which the Atomik Xport Automated Matching System (AMS) navigates through an InDesign document from one text or image box to the next.
Different publications have different layouts, which may have different text flows, and so you need to be able to specify the order in which Atomik Xport follows text and image boxes in a InDesign document.
The box ordering preferences are divided into two groups:
These will be explained in more detail below.
To configure the box ordering preferences for your ruleset:
The Ruleset Editor will appear
The Ruleset Editor will now display the box ordering preferences. These are displayed in two rows as below:
Box Ordering preferences in the Ruleset Editor
The top row contains the Primary box ordering preferences. These are:
• Default • Reverse
The bottom row contains the Secondary box ordering preferences. These are:
• Grouped • Inline • Framed • Line
3 Click on the icon in the Primary box ordering preferences you wish your ruleset to use for navigating through the text boxes in a InDesign document.
4 Click on the icon (or icons) for the Secondary box ordering preferences that will determine how Atomik Xport identifies content that belongs together.
The choice of Primary box ordering preferences does not affect the choice of Secondary box ordering preferences – they are independent. For the Primary box ordering preferences you can only select either Default or Reverse but but not both. When a Primary box ordering preference is selected, its icon is highlighted in yellow.
Secondary box ordering preferences work independently of Primary box ordering preferences. More than one Secondary box ordering preference can be selected at any one time.
Both Primary and Secondary box ordering preferences are now described in more detail.