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Sun Sep 01, 2019 7:33 pm Post
brookter wrote:If you want to 'release' yourself from the selection, then cmd-ctl-r will take you up a level in the hierarchy: you'll see that the 'Go to' range has expanded accordingly and the shortcuts will work for next/previous based on the new selection (which has effectively been expanded outwards to the next level).
As a matter of interest, why are you using a carriage return for a break between documents? Compilation lets you do that on the fly, allowing you to choose between different separators for different outputs.
Sun Sep 01, 2019 10:14 pm Post
Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:15 pm Post
brookter wrote:… you retain the flexibility to use different metadata for each chunk. But there are many ways of achieving the same aim, so thanks for explanation!
Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:46 pm Post
You may already realize this, but when you select multiple documents, that puts you in Scrivenings mode, regardless of whether you're in the Editor or in Composition. so navigation will work differently than in single doc mode.Jack Daniel wrote:If one doc is selected in the Binder, it works as you describe. If you have a series of contiguous docs selected, it will not traverse beyond them. Also, the hierarchial folder structure will not be displayed along the bottom border.
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Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:18 am Post
Hi JD,Jack Daniel wrote:Thanks.
In Comp mode you are seeing text as if you were in Scrivenings mode, and it really would not make sense to show the outliner or cork board mode while in Comp, so it seems completely natural that it shows text.
But my understanding of Scrivenings mode is that it refers to text mode in the Editor. This may just be terminology, but since Comp mode already implies text only, I think Scrivenings mode refers to the Editor only. Comp is actually an additional window, which is proven by entering 'Mission Control' (F3) in the Mac OS.
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