Dog-ears enable you to mark places of interest in your RapidReader text, so you can return to them later. Each Dog-ear is attached to a particular word from the RapidReader text.
Note: You must save your text as a RapidReader (R2D) file to retain any dog-ears you've created.
You can add Dog-ears in both ParagraphView and TurboView.
Adding Dog-ears in ParagraphView
- Select the word you want to add a dog-ear to.
- Click the dog-ear icon on the toolbar or, under Markup on the menu, click Create Dogear.
- The text will now be marked where you added the dog-ear .
Adding Dog-ears in TurboView
- While reading, press CTRL+D. Alternatively, pause reading and click the dog-ear icon on the TurboView toolbar.
- A dog-ear is added to the word being displayed and reading continues in TurboView.
Tip: You can fine tune the place where you add the dog-ear with reading paused, by using the cursor keys to step backward and forward through the text.
Note: The Dog-ear number follow the order in which you created the dog-ears, not the order in which they appear in the document.
In ParagraphView the Dog-ear marker () identifies each dog-ear.
In TurboView the Dog-ear marker appears in the upper right of the view . The marker displays as each dog-ear is encountered and remains on screen for a few seconds or until the next user note or dog-ear is encountered.
Using the Dog-ears viewer
You can get an overview of the dog-ears in your text and navigate to specific dog-ears in the Dog-ears Viewer, which is opened from the Markup menu in ParagraphView or by double clicking any Dog-ear marker.
From the viewer you can:
- Remove a dog-ear by selecting it and clicking Remove.
- Go to the point in the text where the dog-ear was made by selecting it and clicking Goto, the ParagraphView will update to show the dog-ear in the first line of displayed text.