I found this thread:
And I have a good grasp of USFM in contexts like Paratext, or where we operate some small humble databases using SFM.
Now I am far from my team and their source-files and I need to quickly create some Reading App for developing and testing our emerging privacy policies.
I have lots of choices for SFM codes, like \p but when I look over the impressive (I like) list of available default styles inside RAB I wonder where I can look up the respective SFM code, when I want to use a certain RAB style.
Example: I want to use some “normal paragraph” tagged div.p in RAB and then some simple headings, maybe “section heading 1” tagged div.s in RAB.
I can guess that I look at the styles list in RAB and remove “div.” to arrive at a valid SFM like \p and \s.
But what SFM do I need to use, to access all the “more exotic” styles in RAB like “body” or “a:link” when I prepare my content as an SFM file please?
Is there an inbuilt map in RAB and can I see it? Or even edit it?