18.104.22.168. Fonts Tab Layout
Font Size Buttons:
The "Fonts" tab of the configuration window allows you to customize all font styles, both for the title and for the text of the note, depending on which part of the note has the focus (done by clicking it).
If the title of the note is focused, then all font styles are applied to the title text, but, if the note text is focused, then all font styles are applied only to the selected part of the text
. Also, when you select either the title text or the note text, all font styles are automatically detected at the respective font controls of the configuration window, which means that they are filled accordingly to the style of the selected text.
Below you can find the layout details of the "Fonts" tab of the configuration window:
|Font Size Buttons|
|Font Style Buttons||
|Font Color Button|
Inserts/Removes bullets at the selected paragraph. This button is disabled for the note title.
Specifies the font family using any of the fonts installed in Windows. Tip: use the mouse wheel to cycle through all the fonts to choose the one you like the most, and one you are ready, press "ENTER" to take the focus back to the note text!
Formed by the drop down "Font Size" list, the "Increase Font Size" button, and the "Decrease Font Size" button, they allow you customize the text size. Tip: use the mouse wheel to cycle through all the font sizes to choose the one you like the most, and one you are ready, press "ENTER" to take the focus back to the note text!
Font Style Buttons:
Changes text styles for bold, italic, underline, and strikeout.
Font Color Button:
Changes the color of the title or the color of the selected note text to the color showed at the small rectangle below the "A" letter. To change the selected color, click at the down arrow located on the side of the "A" letter and pick the new one at the next window.
Allows highlighting of the main body text of the note. Once you click this button, the selected text will be highlighted with the color showed at the small rectangle of the button. You can
choose any highlight color you want by clicking at the down arrow located on the side of the Highlight button and pick the new one at the next window. The highlight is not available for the title, and in this case this button is disabled.
Note #1: When you start editing a note, the color selected at the Highlight Button is the one you picked up at the "Highlight Color" at the New Note Default Fonts Section of the program options.
To remove the highlighting of a text, first select the text, then right click
the Highlight Button and then click the "Reset" item to remove the highlighted color of the selected text.
Take a look at the program shortcuts section
to know the Hightlight keyboard shortcuts.
Find and Replace:
When clicked, shows up a shortcut menu to allow access to the "Find" and "Replace" functions. They can be used to simply find texts or to find and replace them by another text, with option for case matching, and return of number of replaced terms, at the main body text of the note. This function can be accessed by pressing the shortcut keys "CTRL + F" (find) and "CTRL + H" (replace) at the body of the note. This button is disabled for the note title.
Formed by two "quick" indent buttons, that allows you to increase or decrease the paragraph indentation (note that the offset value can be configured at the 7 Sticky Notes Default Options
), and a third drop down arrow, that opens the advanced indentation tab, where you can
Text Alignment Buttons:
| customize the "fine adjustment" of the left, right, and hanging indentation values. All these three buttons are disabled for the note title.|
||Indentation Tab Open
If you perform a right-click on each one of the indentation bars, showed at the image above, a pop up menu is showed, that allows you to reset each indentation to its default value, and you can press "ESC" anytime to close the indentation frame.
Changes the alignment of the title, or the alignment of the selected paragraph at the note text, between "left", "center", or "right".
Saves the changes, closes the configuration window, and exits the "editing note" mode.
Discards any changes, closes the configuration window, and exits the "editing note" mode, returning the note to its previous styles (before entering in editing mode).