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I have no idea what I did to make my keyboard disappear. I have tried a dozen things to try to get it back. I tried: swiping up to pull the keyboard up pressing each of the keys still shown. they just did what they do leaving the manuscript and trying a different one leaving the book and coming back leaving the app and coming back leaving the app, removing it from the background and restarting the app leaving app, removing it from background, and restart ipad I cant seem to get my keyboard back. Any idea?
Howdy, all. I'm still noodling about with Storyist, having been drawn to it because I like the idea of retaining my formatting across platforms (Mac / iOS) and having the hierarchical structure that lets me organize my work by chapters and sections in a way a linear text editor does not. So my question. On the iPad, the keyboard has that row of extended keys - cursor motion, single and double quote, etc. What I'd like to know is if I can customize those keys and, if so, how. For instance I'd like to have a typographical open and close quote option (specifying “ and ” as custom-set keys in
hello, I am using an ipad and a Bluetooth keyboard. Is there a way to change the element without touching the screen? I am used to using tab but that isn't working. By elements i mean changing from character to speech etc. Thank you in advance.
Hello All! Here are some ideas to evolve Storyist for iPad: Tab / Element Support For External Keyboards I write in screenplay format using an external keyboard. As I was writing today, I noticed that there was no tab support for cycling through the script elements (Slug Line, Action, Character, Dialogue ...) So every time I introduced a new element, I had to find it on the screen and poke it with my finger. It may not sound like a huge deal, but throughout the life of a script and several rewrites, that does become a pretty big hindrance. (*I thought this was a featur