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  1. In my project sidebar I have the book's main text, then other files for notes, character bios, etc. that I refer to often. Whenever I go from the book to one of these files then back again, I'm taken to the beginning of the book rather than where I left off. That's fine as long as I'm not in full screen mode (because there's no back arrow in the top bar) but even with the arrow, the "back" feature only works to one level -- in other words if I go from book >> notes >> character bios >> book, I lose my place again. Any way to add a feature so I can keep my place when I go back and forth? Thanks.
  2. Thanks, Steve. This generally works fine for me. But, if at all possible, it would still be nice if the program remembered my cursor position in the ms text. Perhaps making this feature is more complicated than I realize.
  3. Thanks, Marguerite. The first option works well and should suffice. The second option doesn't work for me because my ms. is a single text file from a custom template, so it doesn't expand in outline view. However, it would still be nice if the program simply remembered my cursor position in the ms text. Perhaps making this feature is more complicated than I realize.
  4. When using Storyist, I switch a lot between the manuscript and the sidebar research docs. Each time I come back to the ms, I'm taken back to the beginning of the doc. Any way to fix this so I don't lose my place each time? Thanks.
  5. Thanks for this, Marguerite. Problem solved.
  6. Probably missing something obvious, but I can't figure out or find any guidance on inserting a simple header (last name/project name/page number) into a text document. Help, please.
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