How do I get back to where I was?

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How do I get back to where I was?

Postby Chris Huntley » May 30, 2008 9:47 am

ReidWrite -- How do I get back to where I was?

When I open an existing file how do I get back to the last place I exited? Is there a book mark feature?

And a recent file list would be a nice addition...


sergius266 Re: How do I get back to where I was? #1

Hi, Reid! How come you gave up on our fight to the finish?
I would like an answer to this same question. Dramatica is kind of tough to move around in. It feels confining and not freeing like Final Draft. I know FD is a formatting program, but you'd think they could make the navigation of Dramatica a little more smooth.

Serge



ReidWrite Re: How do I get back to where I was? #2

HELLO. hello. hello.

Is anyone out there. out there. out there.



Chris Huntley Re: How do I get back to where I was? #3

The simple answer to your question is "no," Dramatica doesn't have a bookmarking feature. HOWEVER, if you are using the Query System (such as the StoryGuide topic paths), then you can return to your last position. To do this either:

a) Click on the Query System tile from the Dramatica desktop, or...

b) Select the QUERY SYSTEM command from the STORYFORMING menu.

If it's your first time using the Query System, you will be at the Query System home page. If you've already started writing using the StoryGuide or the Query System, then returning to the Query System will put you right back where you were.

NOTE: Clicking on the StoryGuide button ALWAYS starts you back at the beginning. The StoryGuide is designed to help beginners start their projects.


ReidWrite Re: How do I get back to where I was? #4

Thanks Chris I'll give it a shot...



ReidWrite Re: How do I get back to where I was? #5

Worked like a charm.
thanks a lot....


sergius266 Storyforming #6 [-]

Hello, all. Using Dramatica and starting to get used to it now.

Thanks for the input Chris...

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