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      CommentAuthorTylerGred
    • CommentTimeSep 24th 2009
     
    So I'm trying to make an effort to throw out all the various writing programs I use and try to exclusively use Ulysses and Movie Magic Screenwriter. I wanted to share with you my latest victim known as Journler.

    Here's what I'm trying. My project is titled Journal. My documents will be titled with just the date. My notes will be just quick little points such as things I did for the day and/or accomplishments, or perhaps a to-do list. Project Notes I'm setting aside for my longer term goals for the month. At the end of every month I'll export to PDF and begin again.

    What are your thoughts? Can you see this back firing in anyway?

    One thing I'd like to do is be able to implement a tag within the notes. For instance, if I accomplish a goal I'd like to be able to strikethrough it.

    Any other ideas?
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      CommentAuthormadox
    • CommentTimeSep 24th 2009 edited
     
    Personaly i use macjournal for journaling and stuff. Ulysses i only use for writing projects, litterature, stories etc.
    Have to categorizise...research, journal, todo, writing..mixing it all becomes messy..for me at least..
    Takes time though to figure out the right workflow..i found a decent setup, but it took me some time..
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      CommentAuthormax
    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2009
     

    You can do the strikethrough directly in the notes, there is no need for an additional tagging system there. The notes are rich text so (I think in the font panel) you can just apply a strike through to your achievements.

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      CommentAuthorTylerGred
    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2009
     
    I don't really see how. Could you tell me the proper steps? I many options, but no strikethrough.
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      CommentAuthordirk
    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2009
     
    One easy way would be to show the Ruler (Format > Text > Show Ruler). Struck Through is one of the Styles you can chose in the Ruler.
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      CommentAuthorTylerGred
    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2009
     
    I still don't see it under styles. I'm sorry if I'm missing it.

    I have the option to: Bold, Italic, Outline, Shadow, and Other.

    When I select Other, it takes me to some other options where I don't see strikethrough...