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The typist mode allows you to work by concentrating especially on the text of your book. It is in the form of a single window occupying the entire screen and replacing the normal window of the application.


This presentation consists of:
- at the top, a mini toolbar to navigate the scenes (scene list, first scene, previous scene, next scene, last scene), a button to ignore the changes in progress and return to the initial state, and a  button to return to the normal mode.
- the central part is divided into two parts, in the proportions 6/7 on the left with the text editor for the input and 1/7 on the right, summarizing the components linked to the scene (characters, locations, items), and the notes.
- at the bottom, a statistical summary of the size of the scene text (green if the maximum size is not reached, red if it is reached or exceeded).

The objective of this presentation is to allow you to focus on the text of the scene without having to click on various elements.

You can modify the list of characters, locations or items by using the corresponding buttons. You can also edit any notes. On the other hand, to change the relationship to another chapter, or other information, you will have to return to the normal window of the application.

As with any other display you have a button to create a new idea.

In the text editor section, you will find the traditional formatting function bar, but you will not be able to view the HTML code. Indeed, the objective being to focus on the text the presence of the usual tab "HTML" would be only a diversion.