• daveterry

    I often want to refer to a CSS file using the HTML "link href" but want to avoid relative paths.

    Often my files are deep in a tree structure. Rather than remembering how may levels I'm at (i.e. ../../../etc.) I want to create a template in Editorial that will simply insert an absolute Dropbox path. For example:

    <link href="dropbox_path/zFonts/myfont.css">

    Does anyone know how to use an absolute dropbox path?

    Thanks in advance.

    ...dave

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  • daveterry

    Feature request: In file list view, allow manual sorting.(currently only Name/Date sorting is supported).

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  • daveterry

    However was working just fine before the last upgrade. (I always put two hard returns between my footnotes and then they worked fine.)

    ...dave

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  • daveterry

    After the update I went back to some of my documents and noticed that the footnotes seem to be broken. Am I missing something? Here's how I've always written the markdown:

    Here's a footnote [^1]

    some more text

    [^1]: This is a footnote.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
    ...dave

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  • daveterry

    Would like to see iCloud supported now that it's more stable. Dropbox (as well as most other similar services) is blocked in China. VPNs are needed to access them. iCloud works without issues.

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  • daveterry

    Okay, Not sure exactly how I'd copy/paste 12 chaining Editorial workflows (or even one workflow) into this reply, so I've created sample workflows of what I'm talking about and made them public for any/all to test.

    Install the following:

    dtTestVariableCorruption1:

    http://www.editorial-workflows.com/workflow/5834706159403008/IujcOpb4G4g

    dtTestVariableCorruption2:

    http://www.editorial-workflows.com/workflow/5906930329452544/7WUEzjL2pXA

    Then add these three documents into your directory:
    document1.md
    document2.md
    document3.md

    Content can be anything. Run the script, change the data in any of the documents, run it again. You'll see what I mean.

    (The first workflow calls the second workflow and counts characters and repeats for each of the files.)

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    ...dave

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  • daveterry

    Not sure how to explain this bug (?). When I run a series of python scripts within Editorial and then try to set a variable I get content from the Input variable IN ADDITION to what I'm setting the variable to. At first I thought it was the result of some buffering so added several Alerts between the variable assignments, no go. It's almost as if Editorial is forcing content from the previous event into my variable assignment. Anyone else see/report this behavior?

    ...dave

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  • daveterry

    Is there any way to access Editorial's "Editor Settings" through python scripting?

    I have some workflows that need auto-caps on and others that need it off. Basically, when the workflow starts I want to be able to set the spell check, auto-correct, etc. on or off. Anyone had success doing this? Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • daveterry

    Although not a split screen I wanted something similar and wrote a workflow that shows a second file in a window with an option to insert part of the text into the existing text being edited. You also might find it helpful.

    http://www.editorial-workflows.com/workflow/5796584834990080/qwf8Z0DBO7s

    ...dave

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  • daveterry

    Still seems to be an issue under 9.1. Any eta on a fix?

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