Topic: Mastermatic issue with front and backmatter pages
We have master pages set up for chapter openers and for running text pages. I've created different chapter openers (1) for book chapters and (2) for front/backmatter sections (introduction, foreword, bibliography etc.).
The master pages for the text pages that follow these openers are also different for main text pages and front/backmatter pages due to the way their respective running heads are handled (even though they share the same page architecture).
What I want is for every page after a front/backmatter opener page to have an F-master style and every page after a main-text opener page to have an M-master style.
That is, I want the master page governing the text following an opener page to be different depending on what the opener page is.
The 'sticky' function is different, in that it would apply the opener page to subsequent pages. So I'm looking for something else.
The script options say to apply such and such a master page to every page in the book not governed by a contrary rule. So what I end up with is the M-master style applied to every page within the front/backmatter.
Did I miss something? This degrades the usability of this script, at least for book designers.
I hope I explained the problem clearly enough.