Editing Styled Text in RunRev
bnz2 at cdc.gov
Fri Dec 2 12:10:20 EST 2005
Aw, Thanks Bob!
I'll share my stuff with anyone.
It is still in development though - lots of functions that would need to
be created to make it a worthy editor. I am actually creating it for an
idea I have for creating customized fairy tails with real kids as the
stars - where the kids act out their parts in front of a chroma-key
wall, and then I can print out and bind the book for them right there on
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Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 11:44 AM
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Subject: Re: Editing Styled Text in RunRev
Jonathan sent me this stack and I've just had a quick look. It
definitely works. Thanks so much Jonathan!
I had thought of a similar approach, but where each paragraph was in
its own field, but only a thought exercise. The approach Jonathan has
taken is like a frame based document system, and the text flows
through it. This would be particularly useful when RunRev is the
delivery mechanism as well as the authoring system. You'd get a very
nice publishing-like feel to it. Pretty snappy too.
It would be worth pestering Jonathan to make this more widely
On Dec 2, 2005, at 9:33 AM, Lynch, Jonathan wrote:
> You can set up a series of fields, in which the text scrolls
> through the
> fields as though it were one field. You can set the size of each field
> to be any size you want, so that you can effectively indent a
> wrap around pictures quite perfectly, etc...
> I send you the stack I created that does this, if you would like to
Bob Hutchison -- blogs at <http://www.recursive.ca/hutch/>
Recursive Design Inc. -- <http://www.recursive.ca/>
Raconteur -- <http://www.raconteur.info/>
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