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Old 12-24-2012, 02:12 AM   #58
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Maybe renaming it to 'Toggle Highlighting of Misspelled Words' would make it more obvious. Its in Tools to make it easy to turn on/off. In preferences its a little more hidden. Its not on the context as it applies to all pages.
The name of the option is not the problem. I was confused, because all other settings can be accessed via the Preferences menu.
Currently there are only two options that can be toggled via menu options:

Format > Heading > Preserve Eexisting Attributes
Tool > Spellcheck > Highlight Misspelled Words

I'm not a software developer, but, IMHO, it would simply be more consistent and probably less confusing to put all options in a Preferences dialog box and use sub-menu entries only for commands.

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Glad its useful. Will look at this for the shortcuts as well.
Great! I'm sure you'll come up with a solution that'll make clips even more useful.

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A dedicated small caps button is probably out since it can be done in so many ways.
Since the paragraph alignment buttons insert inline code, e.g. <p style="text-align: center;">...</p> how about simply adding a Small Caps button that'll wrap the text in <span style="font-variant: small-caps;">...</span>. It would be up to the user to make sure to either embed a font that supports small caps and/or choose a display font with small caps support.
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