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App Settings Help

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Help / App Settings Help - 21 Jun 2013 13:59

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1 What You Can See

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A list of settings for the chosen group of settings - see below for specific information.

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2 What You Can Do

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2.1 Toolbar Buttons

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Returns to the File Manager (no changes have been made).

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Abandons changes and returns to the File Manager.
The changes will be permanently lost. You get a chance to confirm.

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Calls up help = this document

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Applies the changes made to the App Settings and returns to the File Manager.

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3 Setting Groups

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3.1 General

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3.1.1 Email

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These settings provide default addresses when files are emailed from ProseEdit. You can provide several addresses for each setting if desired, by listing them separated by commas.

You can alter the addresses during the composition of each email.

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3.1.2 Onscreen Guides (all)

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The onscreen guides are pale yellow pop-ups which appear with pertinent help. Each can be temporarily dismissed or banished forever by tapping on them. These settings affect all the guides and provide a means to skip having to banish each individual guide, or call them all back if you've banished some by accident.

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Note that these buttons are only applied when〔Update〕is tapped.

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3.2 Editing

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3.2.1 Apple Keyboard Settings

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These settings relate to the keyboard settings which are set via Settings > General > Keyboard on the iPhone's home screen.

For each setting below, you can choose between ‘As Settings’ which will take the current iPhone setting (as defined in Settings > General > Keyboard), or locking the feature to be ‘Off’ so its will not be active while using ProseEdit regardless of the iPhone's setting.

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3.2.2 Date-stamp Formats

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These settings control the format of the date-stamp used. The format settings are the same as for date insertion in typing reactions [more], with the exception that you cannot position the cursor.

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3.3 Editor Fonts

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The editor fonts settings dictate the screen fonts used when documents are edited. They affect the editor's display, so apply to all documents.

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In ProseEdit there is a complete separation between how the document is displayed when it is edited, and the formatting of the final document itself [manual]. The editor fonts therefore only affect how document content is displayed when editing, and not the content of the documents themselves.

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To change the fonts used in the saved document you need to adjust the style settings [how].

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Note that changing any of these settings will add a delay to opening any document which was saved with the previous settings, while the editor resizes all the document's chunks to suit the new text sizes.

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3.4 Default Resources

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The various default resource settings specify the App Setting for each type of resource. A document can choose to load each resource ‘as per App Setting’, in which case the resource documents loaded will be as specified here (at the time the document is opened). Equally the document can opt to load a particular resource document and hence ignore the setting here.

For lexicons and typing reactions, there can be a list of resource documents to load, in which case every time the document specifies ‘as per App Setting’ all the listed documents will be loaded in the order given. Note that for these resources, a document can specify to use both the app setting and some specific resource documents, in any order.

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The individual resource settings are covered under Document Settings.

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3.4.1 Additional Resources

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You can download further resource documents from the ProseEdit Website [how]. Equally you can copy and modify the existing ones, or create new ones using the Resource templates provided.

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This is a ProseEdit Help File. You can edit as desired to add notes. If you delete the file, it will be replaced the next time ProseEdit starts up.