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From: Lorna McIntosh <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] carriage return
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 10:23:37 +1300
Further to Lee's suggestions, I set up either a copy of the tag concerned
with a new para in its sentence, eg Anecdote, and AnecNP.
I also sometimes just have a role with a New Para version in its sentence,
eg Principal and PrincNP
That way I don't end up with localised sentences.
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From: Lee Hoffman [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, 16 January 2004 8:07 a.m.
Subject: Re: [TMG] carriage return
Victor Adams wrote:
>Do I have to keep putting "[:CR:][:CR:]" i the sentence structure before
>every event so the Individual Narrative will paragraph right?
Every user will have different paragraphing preferences based on each
person in their data. Thus, I would suggest that, yes, you will need to
continue to use the carriage return codes in your Sentence Structures as
you think best to have paragraphing as you want it.
You could add the codes to the default Sentence Structures in the Master
Tag Type List, but I do not recommend this as that might force paragraphing
when you do not want it.
Hope this helps -
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