martin wrote:Thanks for your replies Jester, I'm glad you're liking the new features!
Indeed! It's a substantial improvement, and I'll definitely get it in a few days. Thanks for all the hard work!
Yeah, she's a kid so she doesn't really need a powerful computer, so she'll be using that one until she buys one herself haha. Will VLC not work on Lion? That sucks. Anyhow, I am so NOT getting it; I'll wait a bit after reading lots of comments and reviews, but for now I'll stick to SL.
Yes indeed, each author in the document is assigned a different color. You can customize them in NWP's "Appearance" preferences.
Great! Too bad it's the end of the semester here, so it's not of much use now; it'll certainly be put to a lot of use during the next semester
We do like all the feedback! As to the font, what do you mean exactly? The font used by the text of your comments? It's actually controlled by the "Comment" paragraph style, which is added to the document as necessary. This style is usually based on "Normal", so the font will follow. However, if your New File template has a "Comment" style, NWP will copy that over as it needs.
By this I mean the font in which my name
(i.e. Daniel) appears in the comments, and also the one for added
in the Track Changes. It did change from NWP 1, right?
martin wrote: robertb wrote:
One of the things that gave me a hazy worry was all the new features and if, to support them, Nisus would switch to a different default format. I was relieved to see that rtf remains the standard.
Ah yes, RTF is an old workhorse, but a solid one.
Yes, RTF is great, and you described its characteristics brilliantly.
Now that you mention it, can one save in .odt