Just a quickie, hopefully: In Full Screen mode, is there a way of moving to the next or previous document, using the keyboard?
I can see shortcuts for moving “Up” and “Down” under the Documents menu, but they only seem to be active when you’ve got the Binder focused, which of course isn’t there in Full Screen mode anyway, and would be a bit fiddly compared to the functionality I’m looking for, too…
I had the very same question a while ago. Take a look at this thread:
literatureandlatte.com/forum/vie … php?t=2657
which helped me a lot.
Thanks for the speedy help, Jolanth! I had done a search of the archives, but it’s difficult to know which keywords to use when you’re looking for something like this
So, not as simple an answer as I’d have liked, but at least I have a few options for working around the issue.
Moving between documents in full screen is very simple - it only takes a moment of forethought. You can either choose View > Editor > Go To to navigate to any document at all. Or you can select the documents in the binder and then enter full screen to load them into the navigation history so you can go back and forth between them. Although this may seem clunkier at first, it actually allows more flexibility, as you can work with only the documents you will need (and add more to the history using Go To) without having to cycle through every document in the binder, which could be a chore on a long document when you just want to refer to a note in the Research folder, for instance.
Heh, there you go, being all self-contradictory. As if anything requiring forethought can be simple I’m a user, you know; we don’t do forethought!
Thanks for your description of good ways to work.
I’m a user too… As well as being developer. Go To doesn’t require forethought…