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Creating a link hotspot in a richtextitem in LotusScript

How can I create a link hotspot in a richtextitem in LotusScript?
Currently, Lotus does not provide LotusScript support for hotspots. You could use a doclink, although it probably doesn't have the look you want.

There is a very good product that makes much of the RichText functionality available from LotusScript; it is Genii Software's Midas RichText LSX. For more information, see http://www.geniisoft.com/showcase.nsf/MidasLSX.

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