Information about the basics you need to know to get started with Quoll Writer.
Information about more topics such as importing and exporting. Using the Problem Finder or setting an edit position in a Chapter.
Details about using Editor Mode to work with others to get feedback on your work.
Just like in the physical world, Notes in Quoll Writer allow you to make notations about parts of the text. Quoll Writer provides two types of notes. The first is a standard note, like a To Do or Needs more information, akin to making a note in the margin or putting a sticky on the page, the second type is an Edit Needed Note that allows you to select part of the text and mark is as needing to edited/revised later.
Notes appear in their own section and can also be displayed in the Chapter list.
The Notes are grouped according to their type, an example section is shown below:
Normal Notes have a type associated with them, this allows you to categorize the Note for later action. The Notes are shown in their categories in the Notes section. To add new Note Types or edit them:
The following popup will be displayed:
Notes can be linked to other Notes as well as other objects, see linking to other objects.
To view a Note you can either:
To add a new Note you can do one of the following:
You will then see the popup below:
Once added a icon will be added to the left hand column, click on that to view the Note. Note: new types can be added by entering it into the Type field.
To delete a Note you can either:
Edit Needed Notes behave the same way and are accessed in the same ways as normal Note with the following differences: