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Jason Henke

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  1. Thanks Marguerite! It's what I thought (I did export it to Dropbox though). I'd give you a "like" but it's broken or I really have reached my quota of being able to like things today (which isn't true, don't think I have a top out there). Have a great weekend.
  2. The situation background: OK, so I kind of put my iPad and Storyist through some paces as an experiment (forgive me, I needed to see if I can trust it) and I loved it. The interface and layout allows me to get right at my work and utilize Dropbox sync and backup (I do not have a MAC and must trust this process to save my work). I now believe. Storyist wins out over my other computers and my writing suites. The iPad and writing in Storyist was awesome and quicker than firing up my beautiful tablet laptop, waiting, launching software, and then writing on a shorter battery life Note: I
  3. totally worked and thank you for that tip! I still want the auto fill (in fact, they can modify the bit that highlights the section when you click the card in this case), but I can work with the side pinning and editing the titles there for the sections for now. Cool. Thanks.
  4. Thanks to you both. In reading this again, I guess I should clarify my want in case my noobie status with the program clouded it: Situation background: When writing in my Manuscript (working in the full text, not in outline mode), I like to create sections using the keyboard shortcut "#" and the "Section Head" style. This is the same as I do for creating chapters while full on writing in the manuscript view. However, when I do this, the created section cards are blank and title-less when viewed in the Outline/Card mode. My feature request (you said it's already made): I just w
  5. A quick question which I may know the answer to, but want to check on: If I am in full text writing mode and I use the # and make it a "section head" style (love this ability by-the-way as it doesn't break my flow for writing at all)...can the Index Card created for the section be pre-populated in any way? Reason for the question: I find it very distracting to pop out to the Index Card view and see my Chapter names as created in writing dipslayed, but for each section in the chapter to simply say: Section Head and be blank cards. I'd love for it to take a section title (b
  6. A quick question which I may know the answer to, but want to check on: If I am in full text writing mode and I use the # and make it a "section head" style (love this ability by-the-way as it doesn't break my flow for writing at all)...can the Index Card created for the section be pre-populated in any way? Reason for the question: I find it very distracting to pop out to the Index Card view and see my Chapter names as created in writing dipslayed, but for each section in the chapter to simply say: Section Head and be blank cards. I'd love for it to take a section title (
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