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2341

Re: Love Writer's Cafe:

Great :-) really glad you're enjoying using it. Thanks!
Julian Smart
Jan 13
#2341
 
2340

Love Writer's Cafe:

Well Group I just want to say that I love my Writer's Cafe program. It has such an inviting interface. Right now I am using it for my journalling, which it
walterpump
Jan 12
#2340
 
2339

Re: How can I copy my current project and make a new project based u

Hello Gene, If you copy the ...stk file to a new name that already takes care of that. Notes etc. are stored in the directory with the stk-file's name followed
paul
Jun 17, 2017
#2339
 
2338

How can I copy my current project and make a new project based upon

I have decided to go in a different direction with the plot but do not want to lose what I have so far. I might want to revert to it later or make a sequel
genehig@att.net
Jun 17, 2017
#2338
 
2337

Re: Export config request.

Thanks for the tip Rich, I've had a poke about, and not had any luck. as you say there is no odt helper, so it should pick up the necessary from the main
Andy Eskelson
Jun 3, 2017
#2337
 
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Re: Export config request.

I use Linux exclusively. While I haven't had this problem, I had a similar one some time ago, and here is how I solved it. I went to View -> Preferences,
Rich Pinkall Pollei
Jun 3, 2017
#2336
 
2335

Re: Export config request.

OK, so it seems to be a problem getting the command for a given extension on Linux. The underlying code to do this is convoluted as the way this is done has
Julian Smart
Jun 3, 2017
#2335
 
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Re: Export config request.

Hi Julian, Yes well, not quite what I mean prob. my bad description. This is on Linux not Windows by the way. .odt files are associated with LibraOffice
Andy Eskelson
Jun 3, 2017
#2334
 
2333

Re: Export config request.

Hi Andy, "OpenDocument application" in this context means the default application that can open an OpenDocument Text file, such as OpenOffice or LibreOffice.
Julian Smart
Jun 2, 2017
#2333
 
2332

Re: printing a report out of WritersCafe with double spacing

Hi Gene, On 02/06/2017 21:21, Gene Higginbotham genehig@... ... You don't have to enter anything into the "Based on" field in the Formatting dialog when
Julian Smart
Jun 2, 2017
#2332
 
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Export config request.

Julian, Something (very minor) I intended to mention ages ago, and Gene's formatting issue reminded me. When you export a report you get to the point where SL
Andy Eskelson
Jun 2, 2017
#2331
 
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Re: printing a report out of WritersCafe with double spacing

At a guess your paragraphs are set up using styles, this tends to override other settings. When you open your document in Libra/open office Click into a
Andy Eskelson
Jun 2, 2017
#2330
 
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Re: printing a report out of WritersCafe with double spacing

Thanks Julian, I really appreciate your help. When trying to do the "ODT" approach, I cannot get it to use the double spacing like you mention; but I can get
Gene Higginbotham
Jun 2, 2017
#2329
 
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Re: printing a report out of WritersCafe with double spacing

Hi Gene, Using an exported ODT file is more flexible than the built-in print/preview. 1. Click on the menu command File | Export, choose OpenDocument (.odt),
Julian Smart
Jun 1, 2017
#2328
 
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printing a report out of WritersCafe with double spacing

can someone please tell me how to print my reports with double spacing?I have tried for hours and cannot figure it out. thanksGene
Gene Higginbotham
Jun 1, 2017
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