Hi Axel, ... It is this ¬ Enter is ¶ If it is unpossible use in notetab clip so I can do it manually. ... Ok. ... Please if You like, You can use the first
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, Dec 9 9:05 AM
--- In email@example.com, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> T L wrote:
> > Here must be Shift-Enter (shoft line break), not only Enter
> I don't quite understand. This sounds like "Microsoft-Word-Speak"
> nothing you can achieve in an editor. Although, if you can explain,
> you really want inserted there, i.e. which sequence of which bytes,
> anything goes. As a non Word user I know things like that, "soft >line breaks" or whatever exist, but don't know what they mean.
It is this Â¬
Enter is Â¶
If it is unpossible use in notetab clip so I can do it manually.
> > Every line which begin Psalmi must begin number 1.
> > And numbers after Psalmi does not include in original text(dot,point).
> > It is Psalmi 1 but it must be Psalmi 1.
> Those two are easy.
> > Every line which begin 1. must move line Psalmi after the text in this line.
> That's more involved. What you write is differnt from the example. I
> take it you have
> Psalmi 1 Title of psalm
> 1. First verse
> and want to get
> 1. Psalmi 1. Title of psalm <byte sequence to be specified> First verse
> Right? I'll have to think about that, its doable but not simple.
> > I have set the line length in the editor longer about between 250-300 then it works ok
> Do I take it, you do not want the individual verses broken into lines,
> but rather as one long line each, that is then broken by the editor? If
> so, my solution was the wrong one for you.
> Please specify the points I'm unclear about and it can be done.
Please if You like, You can use the first clip and make corrections and additions. So I can test it how it works me and tell more.
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