fmt -w 78 file > file_new
Now, i would like to implement a rule in the following way:
- If a paragraph starts with % (and ends with %), the paragraph should remain unchanged.
- Otherwise the command stated above should be applied to the paragraph.
As I am not familiar enough with shell scripting yet, I did not succeed in imple
I need help! Working on long document and the cross referencing is working on the subparagraphs but not the paragraph number. If I put in 3.1(e)(iv) for example, I have to use paragraph number no context for each paragraph number part, because if I use full context it will insert 1.1(a)(iv)!! So I have to use no context and insert each section. It will not pick up the 3.1!
I have a pretty ordinary document where I see different spacing between different paragraphs (the some paragraphs are separated by extra space, some are not).
I cannot figure out where this is set.
I tried the following:
select the neighboring paragraphs and right click mouse, select "line spacing" - it is always single, whether there is extra inter-paragraph space or not.
format -> paragraph ->
Milo and I will be running an all-day documentation workshop during the GUADEC pre-conference on Tuesday, July 27th. This is an exciting opportunity for you to work on our documentation, take part in collaborative planning, and learn best practices from experienced documentation writers.
With all the talk about cities lighting up with LTE, I just wanted to point out that AT&T's HSPA+ network is still pretty darn fast. Granted this test was done at 3am, it does show that they're working to improve it. Just last summer my area was still on EDGE.
When I post, the forum shows all the text as one big paragraph, though I had actually broken it up into small paragraphs. (I hit Return several times but the line breaks disappeared when I posted.) I went to edit the post, but when I clicked on Preview Changes, it STILL shows it as one big paragraph. (The same happens with this post.) Thanks for any suggestions.