Highlighting panel, 2 column?

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Zak Metz | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Nov 5 2015 8:14 AM

I do a lot of inductive highlighting and have a bunch of my own highlighting palettes. I finally got myself a nice wide monitor and it would really save a lot of scrolling up and down if I could just have two columns in the highlighting panel. Or is there a trick for this? I use the shortcut keys as much as possible, and that helps, but only so much.

Also, can someone just please point me toward the instructions for using this forum, for things like capturing and including screen shots? I can't seem to find the newbie instructions.

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JT (alabama24) | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Nov 5 2015 8:31 AM

Zak Metz:
it would really save a lot of scrolling up and down if I could just have two columns in the highlighting panel. Or is there a trick for this?

As far as I know, this isn't possible. Actually, I just tried it, and there IS a button for two columns (as with any other pane), but it doesn't appear to do anything. Nor can you open a second copy of the tool. I think you are out of luck. You could create a uservoice suggestion.

Zak Metz:
Also, can someone just please point me toward the instructions for using this forum, for things like capturing and including screen shots?

I don't know of any. If there are, it would be "one off" posts or something in the wiki.https://wiki.logos.com 

If you want to know how to take a screen shot, see http://www.howtotakeascreenshot.org 

EDIT: wrong site. This is the one I like: http://www.take-a-screenshot.org 

If you want to post a screen shot, use the paperclip icon and navigate to the picture file to attach the image to your post. Feel free to ask other "how to" questions as they come up.

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