I would like to use OO in order to write an academic long document and I am wondering: could it be possible to export an OO document written with Latex markers to a Latex editor? Thanks for your suggestions. I have not done this.
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One of the challenges with writing is switching between different mindsets. Theoretically it is possible to switch between these mindsets within a single writing environment like Microsoft Word or even on a sheet of paper. Virtually all creative writing needs to go through the three drafts : the first draft to get it down creationthe second draft to fix it up change and the third dental draft to reach clarity. In my writing workflow, I spend little time on how to move between different software copy and paste usually suffices even if it means hand-editing some formatting.
It is relatively easy to get software without paying a penny. Even in iOS it is easy to get a free app that seems to do the same as a paid good quality app. By far the best writing app!!!
One thing I like about it is the Macro Editor, where you can define some boilerplate strings to insert in the document and tie keyboard shortcuts to them. The Macro Editor has some simple replacement features: for instance SEL will get replaced by the current selection. The Macro Editor also allows you to write AppleScript code and execute it.
In order to survive modern college, both students and professors need tools that will help to deal with a huge amount of tasks and responsibilities. Luckily there are many applications designed to keep us organized, productive, and sane. As many of students and academics, I rely heavily on my calendar.
I recently created a poster and used Texpad to create blocks of typeset text as pdfs that I then pasted into the different areas of the poster. The text looked great, of course, but it would be nice if OG supported ligatures to create nicer looking textand if it supported inserting LaTeX code into text areas that would then render as typeset text. This would be really helpful with creating text with sub and superscripts, mathematical symbols, etc.
Writing is an arduous task that requires discipline and perseverance. Writers choose tools that make this process easier, more effective, and more efficient. In this post, I discuss my search for the perfect writing app — from Scrivener to Ulysses to Manuscripts and back again.
This page is just to document how to fit all my Markdown related crap together in a useful manner… Works for me, might not fit your needs…. My last top-level element is Metadata and it contains the metadata for the document Title, Author, Date, Format, Copyright, and whatever else I might come up with down the road. The metadata can be used later in the workflow to automate creation of various document types.