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AmberV wrote:Could you post a screenshot of a typical worksheet approach like this? Maybe on a well known poem if you would rather not share one of yours. I think I grasp where you are going with this, but some of the jargon is unfamiliar to me. Two things that come to mind are inline annotations and highlights. Both can be stripped out of the document when compiling, and so are very useful for this kind of mark-up.
mbbntu wrote:Computers never seem to have been good at handling poetry, though. Simplicity itself to mark the scansion with pen on a piece of paper, but with a computer ...
Wed Nov 14, 2012 1:35 pm Post
AmberV wrote:One little hint for frequent inspector usage is the HNJMKL sequence. All of the inspector panels are bound to those letters in order (they make more sense if you look down at the keyboard), with the Ctrl-Opt-Cmd modifier sequence. So CoC-H is your notes and CoC-K is snapshots. They have two states. The first reveals and the second focuses if the pane is already revealed. This way if you are writing, and notes are open, you can hit CoC-H and immediately be typing in the notes field. If under the same conditions you wish to select a snapshot, CoC-K+K will show the snapshot pane and then focus you in the list so you can arrow key between snapshots (likewise stuff like CoC-J+J,Enter will jump to Keywords and enter a new keyword). CoC-E gets you back to the editor, by the way.
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