#1. You can’t. You can style the visible link, per-link, but link visibility is set per links type in the Links Inspector:
For an individual link you can use the View menu’s Browse Links option or click the link’s info button:
Either will bring up the configurable link info for that link:
…in which you will see no control for visibility. If you need this, I suggest emailing Eastgate with a feature request.
- Are you referring to this:
That is the stub indicating the number of links terminating out side the current map (or separately the same but inbound links). Click-hold on the stub lists the linked notes by title ($Name). Again, the rendering of that list is not user configurable. So again, a feature request perhaps.
I workaround for #2 is to name those notes Kant1, Kant2, etc. but set their $DisplayExpression to “Kant”. On the maps the notes will show the title ‘Kant’, but click-holing on the above stub would show the actual discrete title (i.e. $Name not $DisplayName) so ‘Kant1’, ‘Kant2’, etc.