Re: formatting palette not showing

2007-12-11 Thread Sebastian Stark


On 11.12.2007, at 12:54, Matt S. wrote:
i am new to Yojimbo and am loving it so far.  I cannot figure out  
how to show the formatting palette above my notes however.  All that  
shows is fonts and colors which opens those palettes in another  
window.  The screenshots on the yojimbo site show the align, tabs,  
etc.  How do i get this view?


When the cursor is inside a notes text field you can toggle the  
formatting palette by pressing command-r.


The according menu entry is Format - Ruler - Show Ruler. I am not  
a native speaker, but for me a ruler is not very intuitive.



Sebastian

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Re: formatting palette not showing

2007-12-11 Thread Steve Kalkwarf
The according menu entry is Format - Ruler - Show Ruler. I 
am not a native speaker, but for me a ruler is not very intuitive.


The terminology comes from word processors. Originally, the 
ruler was used to set tab stops and margins. As time marched 
on, people started sticking things like justification controls, 
stylesheets, and other formatting things into it.


If I hadn't seen rulers evolve over the years, I'd never think 
that ruler was the right word for that interface element.


For what it's worth, most English localized software will call 
it the same thing.



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