• Subdirectories in the base directory are named so that when certain conditions are met, the material they contain is used, otherwise they will not be used. The name is in the form "<keyword> = <condition>", eg "Page = 32". • The default directory. An index whose content is used whenever a sub-directory condition is not met. The name of this directory is always "Default". • Synthetic Text Definition Files. All INI end files in the directory structure whose names begin with "Synthetic". Eg "Synthetic_01.ini". • Code39.ini file. This file in the directory structure, which defines the barcode code 39 that is to be created. • Standard EPS files. The indexes can have pre-built EPS files that are linked to each other. These files are associated with the same name INI file, which tells about the EPS file positioning. Eg "Standard_17.eps" and "Standard_17.ini". Directories Directories are browsed from the Basic Directory. First, all the configuration files there are discussed. Then we will investigate what subdirectories are named. All subdirectories whose condition is met are examined in exactly the same way (recursively), descending deeper into the file system. If there is not any condition in any branch, it will not descend further, but it is examined whether there is a directory named "Default" at this level. If found, this directory will be handled. In this way, for example, three indexes "Page = 3", "Page = 33" and "Default" can say "make these pages 3, page 33 again, and all others". The following options are available for naming directories:
1. Page = <page number>. Example "Page = 1". If the smallest page number of the pair is this, the condition is valid. If the diadem is specified, also Page + PARENT = <page number> can be used. 2. SectionPage = <page number>. Example "SectionPage = 1". If this is the minimum number of pairs of pages, this condition is valid. If the parent sheet is specified, the SectionPage + PARENT = <page number> can also be used. 3. Section = <name>. Example "Section = B". If the back name is this, the condition is valid. 4. Paper = <name>. Eg "Paper = AGNEWS". If the name of the magazine is this, the condition is valid. 5. Press = <name>. Eg "Press = AG-56 (48 + L8)". If this is the name of Planner's roadmap, the condition is valid. 6. Rule = <file name>. Eg "Rule = small_page.txt". The same directory must have a file with this name. The text file in question contains a truth value clause, which could be for example: "SmallestPage <= 10 || SmallestPage == 15 ". It means "If the minimum number of smallest pages is smaller or equal (<=) than ten or (||) the smallest page number is equal to (==) than 15, the condition is valid". PAGE COMPOSER 13 (21) The following variables are in use (does not matter if capitalization is used): TotalSectionPages How many pages on this page TotalPaperPages How many pages in this journal SmallestPage The smallest page number of LargestPage this pairThe largest page number of SmallestSectionPage this pairThis pair's smallest pageview page LargestSectionPage This pair largest parallax pagepage ParentPagesamount of Half of the totalall parent pages Year Year of issue Date Month of release date Day Release date All normal calculator operators are in use, and presedences are also valid: eg multiplication is performed before additions. Blocks can be used with clauses, which should also be used when they are not sure of the performance order.