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My goal: create a Minor Character cardtype with two inclusions 1) a list of of episodes appeared in 2) a box for all other information.


So I went to the Structure for the Minor Character cardType that I made and added both inclusions, the first one as a labeled card and the second one just content.


Then when I went to test by making a new Minor Character card, only the second one, the +description inclusion showed up with an edit box. When I saved the card, the +Appears in label shows up, but it is uneditable. It is also telling me that my inclusion is a Pointer, but I don't know why.


So I searched for all instances of the phrase, and I found it on the bottom of a card, where it's just an H1 with a bullet point below it. But there's also an Appears In*right*structure which I'm not sure where it came from, and Appears In*right, which seems to be where the Pointer designation came from. Why do these exist? Does this mean that at some point I made these cards then deleted the reference to them and they stuck around?


Why does their existence render the inclusion on my test page:



because there's a *structure rule for appears in, which means its content is controlled and therefore uneditable (unless it has relative inclusions). you want a *default rule.

--Ethan McCutchen.....2013-09-03 20:28:18 +0000

Why is there a *structure rule? What I'm asking is whether I inadvertently made this or the system comes this way.

--Lora Friedenthal.....2013-09-03 20:53:47 +0000

looks like it's yours :)*right+*structure?view=history

--Ethan McCutchen.....2013-09-03 21:01:31 +0000

Right. I have no idea why it exists, which is troubling, but I guess I'll see what happens when I delete it.

--Lora Friedenthal.....2013-09-03 21:05:08 +0000