Highlithing sort/filter by style

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Cristian guerrero | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Dec 22 2015 5:22 PM

As you know in the highlighting tool we have different palettes (4 by default) and as many we have created.

Every Palette has different styles  (colors, formats etc) that you can apply to the text. When you highlight text in a book a new note document is created with the name of that Palette, regardless the styles you used to highlight the text all highlights are going to the same document already created. 

Does some one know if I can filter somehow the highlights with a particular styles?

Let's say that I only want to see all the highlights that I marked with color blue, or with color red, etc...

 

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Dec 22 2015 5:44 PM

You can only filter by palette not by style. You can search by style(s) which is as close as you will get.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 23 2015 12:37 AM

Cristian guerrero:
When you highlight text in a book a new note document is created with the name of that Palette, regardless the styles you used to highlight the text all highlights are going to the same document already created.

You can change this behaviour so that alternatively highlights are stored in:

  • the most recent notes file used for highlighting
  • a notes file with the same name as the resource
  • any specific notes file that you choose

These options are selectable at the palette level as shown

Cristian guerrero:
Let's say that I only want to see all the highlights that I marked with color blue, or with color red, etc...

An example of searching for highlights (as MJ referenced above) is shown below

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