You can display readings as names as ruby.

Figure 1 shows an example in which the value of "name" is displayed as ruby.

Fig. 1 Utilization of ruby

Definition method

Open the detailed definition of "Name" item.Set "output control> detail screen> ruby".

Fig. 2 Setting of ruby

target items

Specify the item ID (English notation) used as ruby.

Specify style

Specify the style to be applied to the ruby ​​display part.It is a good idea to set the font size to a smaller value.Here is an example.

font-size:70%

In Figure 1, items used as ruby ​​("name" here) are displayed in duplicate.In order to prevent this, I will show you how to make a "name" item as a hidden item.

Fig. 3 Make a hidden item a name item

Definition method

Open the detailed definition of the "Name" field.Activate "Output Control> Detailed Screen> Hidden Item".

Figure 4 Setting hidden items

I will treat it as ruby ​​in the same way when displaying the list.Figure 5 shows an example.

Fig. 5 List screen with ruby ​​enabled

Designation of ruby

For the "Name" item, similarly set ruby ​​for the list screen.

Fig. 6 List screen setting (Name item)

Setting hidden items

Just like the detail screen, do hidden setting also in the name field.

Fig. 7 Setting of list screen (name/description)

Ruby of detail screen is presentation/displayitem/@ruby.

Ruby's style on the detail screen is presentation/displayitem/@rubystyle.

The ruby ​​on the list screen is presentation/displayitem/@rubyForShowList.

The ruby ​​style on the list screen is presentation/displayitem/@rubystyleForShowList.