InDesign CS6: I have a large document with images, they have captions, and I have generated a table of content for these images ("list of figures" not to be confused with the document TOC). What I want is the image caption to look like this, short and sweet:
...and the information in the list of figures TOC to have more information, like this:
I have searched far and wide, and the only thing I can find is this post, explaining that i should make a "label" on a hidden layer, which i cannot figure out how to do, and connect it to the caption in question. I could make a new text box on a hidden layer, but how do I connect it to the image so the hidden text turns up in the TOC?
Rad Lexus answer below works. However, it leaves me with overset text in the caption boxes (naturally), and that annoying little red pluss-sign. This again messes a little with the consistency of my caption box sizes (and therefore the padding). In addition it gives me the dreaded "do you want to include overset text" when updating List of Figures.
This is not a catastrophe, but makes me a little nervous for what might show or not under the actual pics.
Are there any other ways of doing this or do I have to live with that uncertainty?