Re: NTLK RE: Deleting large blocks of text

From: dunay (
Date: Mon Dec 06 1999 - 12:41:36 EST


How do you get that to work? All I get when I do that is a "-".

#Marco Mailand wrote:
#> dunay schrieb:
#> > I had and still have this issue on occasion. You have to go back and forth like /\/\/, the key is the amount of times
#that > > you zizzag. I think the newt recognizes a delete when you go back and forth more than 4 times,...
#> 4 times, which is the letter W is okay.
#> >..- the lines should be straight
#> > with a sharp reverse in direction like this /\/\/ (don't lift though).
#> If the object(s) which are to be erased are highlighted, e.g. with TWT
#> (TheWholeText) from deepfocus, then it is sufficient, fast and secure to
#> write the scrub-out gesture over the border of the highlighted
#> object(s).
:: A much simpler method is to just enter
:: the backspace stroke (straight line from
:: right to left) *under* the highlighted
:: text.

:: regards,
:: arno

.John M Dunay
.MPR Technologies, Inc

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