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Old 08-26-2010, 01:46 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Coleccionista View Post
I don't know if it's the same issue but I would like to know also how to remove the extra spacing created by too many paragraphs , ex:



Right now, I have to manually delete and join the lines, ideally I'd select a block of text and a magic hotkey/icon would get rid of all the tags but for the opening and closing ones.
I cheated and used a Kensington "Expert Mouse" (really a trackball) that has 6 extra "Direct Launch" buttons that I pre-programed with frequent keystroke combinations I used in Sigil. (avoid paste mode, it overwrites anything in the "copy" buffer)

For the "un-split lines" button, I programed [space],[Delete], (some documents need a second [delete])
I set the extra mouse buttons to Page-Down and Page-Up.
Another button is set to insert a "dash"

I normally use the Kensington, faced backwards (I use the buttons only) with my Left hand and a regular mouse with my right hand (to place the insert point and regular clicks)
I can usually blast through a chapter in a few minutes, fixing wrap and hyphen issues

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