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by Ryan
2006-11-24 15:27:05
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Nisus to InDesign problems (small ones)
Replies: 6
Views: 6514

Yes, it's very frustrating when a smaller company (i.e. Nisus) puts out standard-formatted documents (i.e. RTF), but it doesn't work the same way as the messed-up variations of the big boys (Microsoft and Adobe) do. This is quite similar to the way I want to code websites in beautiful standards-base...
by Ryan
2006-11-23 13:17:38
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Feature request poll...
Replies: 39
Views: 33994

Hm. "Genius". Is that another one of those code words?
by Ryan
2006-11-19 10:57:00
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Feature request poll...
Replies: 39
Views: 33994

Good point. The evidence and timing is on your side, mid.
by Ryan
2006-11-19 09:05:51
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Feature request poll...
Replies: 39
Views: 33994

I kind of get the sense that Nisus has some neat things in store for us, hence the relative silence before the storm... or, er, before the wave... or, uh, hm. Well, before something good.
by Ryan
2006-11-16 22:01:57
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Nisus to InDesign problems (small ones)
Replies: 6
Views: 6514

Wow, Peder, those are some really useful tips. Thanks for sharing!
by Ryan
2006-11-15 07:47:49
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Basic drawing tools for Nisus Writer
Replies: 12
Views: 12299

Naw. I just want to write.

That said, I think it would be useful, and might solve your issue, to have fancier style controls along the lines of CSS. Y'know, borders on styles, background colors, background images, and the like.
by Ryan
2006-11-14 17:29:07
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Hello, this is my first post on Yours site
Replies: 5
Views: 7054

Banished! Romeo is banished!

Er, rather, poluroud20 is banished.
by Ryan
2006-11-14 17:27:51
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Feature Request: New Logo
Replies: 7
Views: 7498

Wow. Then you could sell calendars, too!
by Ryan
2006-10-23 06:56:29
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Widow/Orphan and Keep with Next...
Replies: 7
Views: 7069

I kept one of the kittens preserved in formaldehyde, if you'd like it.




Oh, wait, just checked. It's... not the same. Guess I'll be using NWE 2.7.
by Ryan
2006-10-23 06:53:56
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: The "Thank you" thread
Replies: 16
Views: 13419

Re: Theat daaaaa

gemboy27 wrote:Image
That's hot.
by Ryan
2006-09-20 08:03:17
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Convert All UpperCase to Bold?
Replies: 9
Views: 7246

SWEET!

Huzzah for PowerFind!
by Ryan
2006-09-20 08:02:01
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: About to give up on NWE
Replies: 45
Views: 34252

Not that this is useful of me, but I just want to underscore what midwinter suggests. Submitting a problem file to Nisus is extremely helpful to them. I've done it on a couple of occasions, and typically within a day or two the hard-working Nisus folks get back to me thanking me and describing their...
by Ryan
2006-09-20 07:55:21
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: Part time work online
Replies: 0
Views: 2599

Wow! Great deal! And definitely relevant to Nisus Writer Express.





Wait a minute... I've been tricked by spam again!
by Ryan
2006-09-07 08:02:11
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: next step
Replies: 32
Views: 24361

In the States, at least, even already short words have been shortened for text-efficiency's sake.

Teen 1: "Hw r u"
Teen 2: "k"
by Ryan
2006-09-05 07:17:21
Forum: Nisus Writer Express
Topic: 3.0 Feature Request List
Replies: 129
Views: 112689

cchapin wrote:
robertb wrote:There's no key stroke for "don't save."
Command-D should do what you want. Or, since the "Don't Save" button is circled in blue, you could press the spacebar.
Just to elaborate, Cmd-D does this in most modern Mac OS X applications.