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by frodeaux
2015-06-03 12:01:45
Forum: Nisus Writer Templates
Topic: Is it possible edit a .dot template file.
Replies: 2
Views: 9133

Is it possible edit a .dot template file.

Is it possible to edit (not create a new .rtf document with) a .dot template.
I know you can resave the newly created .rtf as a .dot file, but is there
a more direct way?
by frodeaux
2014-07-21 05:52:11
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Sticky Format >> Highlight ?
Replies: 1
Views: 1746

Sticky Format >> Highlight ?

Is there a way to make a custom color chosen with
Format >> Highlight stick?

After highlighting some text, I'd like my custom color
to become the default. Instead, it seems to revert to
the default, which is a too-bright yellow.
by frodeaux
2014-07-17 08:49:25
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Remove a user defined paragraph style?
Replies: 3
Views: 2180

Re: Remove a user defined paragraph style?

Perfect. Thanks!
by frodeaux
2014-07-12 14:03:21
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Putting name of Chapter into page header
Replies: 3
Views: 2160

Re: Putting name of Chapter into page header

The trouble with this "work around" is that it doesn't really address the problem: If you have 20 chapters one would have to have twenty different header definitions, each referencing the associated chapter. A true solution or work-around would put the current chapter's in the header, so that even t...
by frodeaux
2014-07-12 13:58:15
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Remove a user defined paragraph style?
Replies: 3
Views: 2180

Remove a user defined paragraph style?

OK... I'm probably overlooking the obvious, but suppose I've defined
a new paragraph style. How do I remove it / undefine it, so that it
no longer appears in the Styles pallet?
by frodeaux
2014-07-02 12:17:11
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Putting name of Chapter into page header
Replies: 3
Views: 2160

Putting name of Chapter into page header

There must be a way to do this, since I've many editors like to see this in novel manuscripts: Author's last name followed by a slash followed by the name of the current chapter. Assuming I'm using the style "TitleChapter" to style the paragraph that is the name of the chapter, then in MS Word and i...