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Document Settings Help

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Help / Document Settings Help - 21 Jun 2013 17:26

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1 What You Can See

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The current settings for each group of document settings - see below for specific information.

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2 What You Can Do

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Inspect and alter all the settings, then decide whether to apply to new settings to the document, or not. See below for the settings available for each setting group.

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2.1 Toolbar Buttons

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-right:solid black 3px— cell-style=text-align:left—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-bottom:solid gray 1px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px; border-top:solid gray 1px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

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Cancel

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

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Returns to the editor without changing the document (no changes have been made).

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

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Cancel

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Abandons changes and returns to the editor.
The changes will be permanently lost; they will not be present in the history. You get a chance to confirm.

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?

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Calls up help = this document

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Update

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Applies the changes made to the document and returns to the editor

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3 Document Info

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Most of the information is for reference only, however you can set the content of the meta-tags and Javascript functions.

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4 Resources

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The resource settings specify which documents are used to define the editor's resources [manual] when editing this document. The settings are specific to the current document, though each document can choose to use the App's default as below.

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For all resources, a setting of ‘as per App Setting’ means the resource document/s defined in the App Setting at the time the document is opened will be used. The App's Setting is set in the File Manager [how].

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4.1 Assigning Resource Documents

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5 Parts

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The Parts settings control the inclusion of part chunk text within the document. They affect all the part chunks [manual] in the document.

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The formatting of the part chunk text when included is controlled by the Part document styles [more].

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6 Sections

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These settings allow you control how section chunks [manual] are numbered. The creation of section numbering is extremely flexible, allowing you to include whatever prefixes and suffixes you wish, so ‘Chapter 1’, ‘Appendix A.3(i)’, etc. are possible.

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6.1 Section Numbering

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The section numbering view shows the numbering format which is used the document. This can be overridden by a part chunk.

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7 Captions

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7.1 Choose Series

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Shows the caption series which are currently defined in this document [manual]. Each one gives an illustration of the numbering it generates for level 1 and level 2 captions.

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7.2 Caption Settings

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The preview shows the numbering for example level 1 and level 2 captions using current settings.


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8 List Format

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These settings control how lists are numbered by default. Lists are created are created with item chunks [manual].

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9 Styles

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Styles lists all the style elements set for every style in this document [manual].

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ProseEdit uses styles to format the content in the saved document - they have no effect on the document seen in the editor.

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The style definitions for this document are listed. They are organised into style groups, which look like this:

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt— cell-style=padding:0pt—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt— join=Y—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt; border-right-style:hidden— join=Y— style=2—

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Style Group Title

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Show

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    Item— cph=68— clh=49— level=1— format=12—

  • Tap on〔Show〕to reveal the styles within this group.

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  • Tap on 〔Hide〕to hide all the styles within this group.

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Under the various style groups are individual styles, which look like this:

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42—

TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt— cell-style=padding:0pt—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt— join=Y—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt; border-right-style:hidden— join=Y— style=2—

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Style Title — n

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Show

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In a style's title, the — n is how many settings or elements it has.

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  • Tap on〔Show〕to reveal the elements assigned to this style.

  • Item— cph=68— clh=49— level=1— format=12—

  • Tap on 〔Hide〕to hide all the element for this style.

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Under each style title, all the elements which are currently set for it are listed. A style element looks like this:

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=font-family:helvetica, sans serif; font-size:16pt—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-right-style:hidden— join=Y— style=1—

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Text Size

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12pt

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>

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Each style element specifies a single detail of formatting. The exact text shown depends upon document's Style Palette. Style elements are applied in the order given and can overrule earlier elements.

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Within the element listing for each style:

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  • Swipe across a style element to delete it.

    You get a chance to confirm, but there is no undo, other than cancelling all the changes.

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  • Tap on the style element with ╋ (as below) to add a new element to the style.

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42—

TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=font-family:helvetica, sans serif; font-size:16pt—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-right-style:hidden— join=Y— style=1— rows=0— cols=0—

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TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-right-style:hidden; width:3in— join=Y— style=2— rows=0— cols=0—

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>

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  • Swipe across a style element to delete it

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9.1 Default Styles

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There are a lot of default styles, and they are applied hierarchically [manual]. You can add or remove style elements to default styles, but the styles themselves cannot be deleted.

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  • Document

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    • Overall

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        This style affects the document as a whole. The settings here affect all chunks useless countermanded by a more specific style.
        Note ProseEdit has a separate means to set page margins

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    • Emphasis (inline)

      • Item— cph=101— clh=63— level=3— format=8—

        The style applied for \*word\*. See Inline Emphasis in the Editor Manual.

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    • Links - unvisited

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    • Links - visited

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        These styles are used for inline links, i.e. links included via \<link> or similar - see Inline Links in the Editor Manual.
        Browsers show the unvisited style for links which haven't been taken yet, and the visited style for those in their history.

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  • Text

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    • Title Text (chunk)

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        Used for text chunks which are set to ‘Title’. This style is applied to the chunk's text as a whole. There is no paragraph formatting.

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    • Code Text (line)

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        Used for text chunks set to ‘code’. This style is applied to every line in the chunk's text. This allows long lines to be wrapped with an indent.

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    • Normal Text (paragraph)

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        Used for text chunks set to ‘text’. The style is applied to every paragraph within the chunk's text

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  • Parts

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    This group of settings affect part chunks. Unlike sections, there is no hierarchy associated with parts.

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    • Overall

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      This style affects both the number of heading text of the part.

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    • Number

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      This style is applied to just the part's number as defined in its details. This style is applied on top of the overall style.

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    • Heading

    • Item— cph=82— clh=63— level=2— format=8—

      This style is applied to just the part's text. This style is applied on top of the overall style.

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  • Sections

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    Styles in this group affect section chunks. The styles are hierarchical with the goal of reducing the number style elements which need to be set. The more specific styles take priority over the more general ones. For example you could set the typeface used for the numbering and heading of all sections, then use the separate level styles to change the size.

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    Throughout, the ‘Number’ styles apply as a highlight to the automatically generated section number, which might include prefix text. Note also that whether the section number is shown on its own line is a section numbering setting for that level.

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    • Overall (all levels)

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        This style encompasses both the numbering and heading text, and is used as basis for all sections.

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    • Number (all levels)

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        This style affects just the numbering text but of all sections.

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    • Level n

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        This style applies to both the section numbering and heading text for that particular section level.

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    • Level n - Number

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        This style applies to just the section numbering text for sections of that particular level.

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  • Lists

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    • Overall

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        This is a style “wrapper” which is applied around all the items in each list.

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    • Items - Paragraphs

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        The base style for each paragraph within any item.

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    • Items - First Paragraph Highlight

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        This style is applied on top of the ‘Item - Paragraphs’ style for the first paragraph only in any item. Continuation items do not have a first paragraph.

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  • Figures

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    • Overall

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      - applies around the figure and its caption.

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    • Content

    • Item— cph=63— clh=44— level=2— format=8—

      Applies to around the included image/object only

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    • Caption

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        Is applied around the whole caption, and affects both the number and heading text.

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    • - Number

      • Item— cph=44— clh=44— level=3— format=8—

        Affects just the caption's number

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    • - Heading

      • Item— cph=63— clh=44— level=3— format=8—

        Affects just the caption's heading text

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  • Tables

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    • Overall

      Applies around the table has a whole, and affects all its included cells. Border styles set here will apply around the outside edge of the table. Styles which affect the internals of a cell (like background colour) affect every cell in the table, but can be overridden by the styles of columns, rows, cells or included chunks.

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    • Caption

      • Item— cph=82— clh=63— level=3— format=8—

        Is applied around the whole caption, and affects both the number and heading text.

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    • - Number

      • Item— cph=44— clh=44— level=3— format=8—

        Affects just the caption's number

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    • - Heading

      • Item— cph=63— clh=44— level=3— format=8—

        Affects just the caption's heading text

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    • Columns

      A style applied to each column in the table. This affects the column as a whole, but is limited by the CSS specification [manual]. Borders set here apply around the entire column.

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    • - Header Column Highlight

      An additional style applied to the columns which are heading columns. The table chunk specifies how heading columns there are. As a column style this is restricted as mentioned above. See ‘In Header Column Highlight’ under cells for a more powerful alternative.

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    • Rows

      The default styles for row in the table. Settings here affect all included cells. Border styles will be applied around the edge of the row as a whole.

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    • - Header Row Highlight

      Applied in addition to the row style for first heading rows. The table defines how many heading rows there are.

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    • - Odd Stripe Highlight

      Applied in addition to the default row style for rows which are in 'odd' stripes working down the table. The table defines how many rows there are in each stripe.

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    • - Even Stripe Highlight

      As for the ‘Odd Stripe Highlight’, but applied to even stripes.

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    • Cells

      The default styling for cells within the table. A border style set here applies around each cell in the table.

    • Item— cph=139— clh=101— level=2— format=12—

    • - In Header Column Highlight

      An additional style applied to the cells directly, if they are within a heading column. This is not subject to the restrictions of column styles.

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  • Markup

  • Item— cph=63— clh=44— level=1— format=8—

    Markup styles apply to the markup chunks: tasks, ideas and notes.

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9.2 User Styles

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User Styles lists named styles defined for this document. User styles can be used at option by a chunk and are applied instead of the default style which would apply to it.

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In an user style title, the ‘(x uses)’ indicates how many chunks currently are set to use this style.

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  • Tap on 〔 ╋ 〕 at the end of the User Style list (as below) to add a new user style.

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42—

TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— css=—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=padding:0pt; background-color:green—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-right-style:hidden— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— css=— style=9—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— css=width:1in; padding:0pt— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=47— clh=47— css=margin:2pt; padding:0pt; color:black— user-style=Button_Title—

TableEnd— cph=50— clh=50—

    Item— cph=120— clh=82— level=1— format=12—

  • Swipe across a user style title to delete it and all its elements.

    You get a chance to confirm, but there is no undo.

  • Item— cph=144— clh=87— level=1— format=12—

  • Swipe across a user style title to delete that User Style and all its settings. You get a chance to confirm, but there is no undo, other than tapping 〔Cancel〕and abandoning all changes.

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Elements can be added or removed from user styles, just like for the default styles.

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9.3 Undefined User Styles

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The Undefined User Styles lists any user styles which are referred to by a chunk in this document, but currently don't have an entry in the user styles listing. The title indicates how many chunks in the document refer to that style.

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  • Tap on〔Define〕to create a user style of the same name.

    You'll then need to add some style elements to it, under User Styles.

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9.4 Style Element Setting

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A style element is a single aspect of a style.

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9.4.1 What You Can See

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The display lists the elements known for this style, or the values known for this element (once chosen) The list comes from the Style Palette [manual] specified in the document.

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Elements which are already set for this style are shown greyed, and can't be selected.

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An illustration of the colour is included when the style element value is a colour.

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9.4.2 What You Can Do

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  • Tap on any entry to choose it. Tap on it again to revert back to the previous value, if there was one.

  • Item— cph=87— clh=68— level=1— format=12—

  • Tap on 〔Type It〕if shown to type in an element/value rather than selecting from the list

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9.4.3 Toolbar Buttons

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TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-left:black 3px solid; background-color:green—

TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-right:solid black 3px— cell-style=text-align:left—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border-bottom:solid gray 1px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px; border-top:solid gray 1px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42— css=border:solid black 3px—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— css=background-color:silver— user-style=Button_Title—

Cancel

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=63— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

Returns to the style listing (no changes have been made).

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— css=background-color:red; color:white; width:5em— user-style=Button_Title—

Cancel

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— style=2—

Text— cph=120— clh=82— user-style=Button_Description—

Abandons changes and returns to the style listing.
The changes will be permanently lost,; they will not be present in the history. You get a chance to confirm.

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— id=Read Menu— user-style=Button_Title—

Type It

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=158— clh=101— user-style=Button_Description—

This lets you directly type in the raw CSS for the style element or its value.
This button is only shown if the style is defined as an open style in the style palette.
When typing a style element, you can include its value too, following the syntax of CSS, so ‘color:red’, ‘border:solid blue 1pt’, etc

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— css=background-color:rgb(255,255,164); width:2em— style=8— user-style=Button_Title—

?

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

Calls up help = this document

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— id=Read Menu— user-style=Button_Title—

Update

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=63— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

Applies the changes made to the style and returns to the styles listing.

TableEnd— cph=50— clh=50—

Section— cph=44— clh=44— id=- page— level=1—

10 Page

Text— cph=120— clh=82—

The document's page settings apply predominantly when the document is printed from within ProseEdit. The left and right page margins and browser border allowances do affect the saved document directly however.

    Item— cph=68— clh=49— level=1— format=12—

  • Tap on〔Show〕to see the settings available within each group

  • Item— cph=49— clh=49— level=1— format=12—

  • Tap on 〔Hide〕to fold up the settings

Section— cph=44— clh=44— level=2—

10.1 Page Margins

    Item— cph=386— clh=253— level=1— format=12—

  • Top Margin
    Left Margin
    Bottom Margin
    Right Margin

    These give the thickness of the margins around each page when the document is printed by ProseEdit. They are separate to any margins specified within the document's content.

    When printed by a browser, the top and bottom margins have little effect. The left and right margins are apied to the saved document, though are adjusted by an allowance for the border the browser includes when it prints the document.

Section— cph=44— clh=44— level=2—

10.2 Browser Border Allowance

Text— cph=177— clh=101—

These settings allow for the additional border some browsers include when they print an HTML document, by adjusting how much of the side margins are encoded into the HTML content. ProseEdit includes the difference between the margins and their browser border allowance in the HTML content - so it prints with the correct margin overall.

Text— cph=177— clh=120—

Set these to match the border included by your target browser for best printing from a browser. The default setting is Safari's default. The left and right browser allowances are included within the document as @page CSS statements, which direct the browser to use the correct overall margin. This is read and used by some browsers (Chrome), but not others (Safari).

Text— cph=101— clh=82—

You can also use these settings to maximise the content size when the document is viewed in a browser (or especially the Preview) - whilst still allowing a sensible margin if printed.

Text— cph=63— clh=44—

These settings have no effect on printing from ProseEdit itself.

Section— cph=44— clh=44— level=2—

10.3 Header

    Item— cph=139— clh=101— level=1— format=12—

  • Top Margin

    Sets the distance down from the top of the page to the top of the header text. Clearly this wants to comfortably less than the top of page margin.

  • Item— cph=310— clh=177— id=- header text— level=1— format=12—

  • Text

    Sets the text to include for the left, middle and right headers. The left text is aligned with the left margin, the right text is right aligned with the right hand margin, and the middle text is positioned centrally as far as is possible.

    The included text is checked for fields, which is the way to include page numbering and the like [more (below)].

  • Item— cph=120— clh=101— level=1— format=12—

  • Styling

    Sets the font and text size and also the text colour of the headers. All 3 header texts use the same styling.

Text— cph=63— clh=44—

Header settings only apply when the document is printed from ProseEdit.

Section— cph=44— clh=44— level=2—

10.4 Footer

    Item— cph=120— clh=101— level=1— format=12—

  • Bottom Margin

    Sets the margin from the bottom of the page to the bottom edge of the footer text.

  • Item— cph=120— clh=101— level=1— format=12—

  • Text

    Sets the footer text, in a similar fashion as for header text [above].

  • Item— cph=101— clh=82— level=1— format=12—

  • Styling

    Set the text font, size and colour for the 3 footer texts

Text— cph=63— clh=44—

Footer settings only apply when the document is printed from ProseEdit.

Section— cph=44— clh=44— id=- header and footer text fields— level=2—

10.5 Header and Footer Text Fields

Text— cph=44— clh=44—

Within the header and footer texts:

Table— cph=64— clh=64— style=2— series=— title=(null)—

TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42— style=1—

TableColumn— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableRow— cph=42— clh=42—

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=1—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

Text of

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

Is replaced by

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— style=2— user-style=Button_Description—

{page}

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=63— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

Each page's page number, in the format specified in the page numbering settings

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— style=2— user-style=Button_Description—

{pages}

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

The total number of pages

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— style=2— user-style=Button_Description—

\{folder}

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

The path of the folder holding the document

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— style=2— user-style=Button_Description—

\{name}

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

The document name, from its filename.

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=44— clh=44— style=2— user-style=Button_Description—

\{comment}

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=63— clh=44— user-style=Button_Description—

The document's comment, exacted from its full filename.

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=120— clh=120— style=2— user-style=Button_Description—


\{printed}
\{Printed}
\{PRINTED}
\{printed:xxx}

TableCell— cph=42— clh=42— join=Y— style=2—

Text— cph=132— clh=132— user-style=Button_Description—

The date and time of printing:
  In a short format
  In a medium format
  In a long format
  Using ISO date and time formatting codes

TableEnd— cph=50— clh=50—

Section— cph=44— clh=44— level=2—

10.6 Page Numbering

    Item— cph=125— clh=106— level=1— format=12—

  • 〔1〕〔a〕〔A〕〔i〕〔I〕

    Sets the numbering format to use for pages. There is only 1 setting for the whole document.

  • Item— cph=101— clh=82— level=1— format=12—

  • Start on

    Gives the number to use for the first page.

Text— cph=63— clh=44—

Page numbering is only applied when the document is printed from within ProseEdit.

Text— cph=101— clh=63— css=margin-top:2cm— style=16—

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