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  1. rising4air

    Annotation Document Creation

    I know this will likely read as familiar: Perhaps in future updates, a way forward would be to include the creation of an annotation document that compiles all notes taken for a file (in my case, a text file of an interview transcript). I fear the gap between the Memos, memo links, and Annotation is presently a bridge too far. Thank you, Mike
  2. Has anyone been able to determine an easy way - other than using a standard defining string such as [ANNOTATION] at the beginning of an annotation or specifying a series of wild cards that covers any word that could be used (e.g., a* OR b* OR c* OR d* OR etc) - to acquire a user-friendly contextual display of all the annotations in a single project? As it sits I can see no easy way to access all the annotations I have made across a project otehr than by going into each individual document. A side note, the wildcard query approach takes a very long time (20 mins) to run on a very high power machine (16GB RAM, multi-core processors) and can cause the program to crash.
  3. I added a hyperlink to an annotation and noted that the hyperlink turned underlined and blue as is the common convention for live clickable hyperlinks. However I am not able to click on the hyperlinks. Are hyperlinks in annotations clickable? Thanks Junaid
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