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#21 Vince41

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 06:57 AM

Yes, [WO] refers to all "other witnesses" without regard for the role they are assigned.

If the people you want to list are assigned the default role of "Witness" then use the role variable [R:Witness] to list them.


Thanks. I never thought of that.


#22 John Cardinal

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 10:52 AM

The other part of [WO] refers to "other than the current subject". So, for example, if John Doe is a witness, and TMG (or SS) is creating a narrative for John Doe, John Doe is not included in the output of [WO]. When creating a narrative for some other person attached to the event, [WO] would include John Doe.

As Terry explained, [WO] is not restricted by roles. Also, note that every person attached to the event has a role. If you don't explicitly assign a role, the role will either be "Principal" or "Witness".

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