I tried what you suggested. The text now appears in the Citation data for the Source. But it doesn't appear in the footnote, which is what I want. I want the footnote for each citation to include this text (as well as the normal text about the source).
I am looking for help to get my endnotes (source citations) to include data from the Detail Text tab for a source.
To explain my problem in more detail... I have a number of multi-cite sources that I use scores of times but each use has different data in the Detail Text tab (specifically the unnamed filed next to the webtags button above the Research Notes and Comments areas). For example, one such source is "Index to NSW births" - for each relevant birth certificate that I am interested in I use this Source and simply type the index number (eg 1234/2018) into that box on the Detail Text tab. I want each different citation to appear separately in the Endnotes - eg
1. Index to NSW births, 1234/2018
2. Index to NSW births, 5678/1918
Currently, I can't get the index numbers to print.
I am a Rootsmagic newbie having been a long-term user of the now-defunct The Master Genealogist.
While the formal collective name for the former colonies in Australia may have been "Australasian Colonies", the name "Australia" was widely used and is preferred, especially since it is now the official name of the country!
I am a new user based in Australia. I am frequently annoyed by RM trying to change my Places from "Australia" to "Australasian Colonies". Very annoying indeed! Has anyone else struck this? It seems to be a misconception of the County Check List that such a place exists. How can I turn it off or tell it that there is no such place?