I have built a Storyboard table for my projects which has a Narration column, a Scene column, and a Visuals column. I want to be able to draw out just the narration as part of a text document so I can copy and print it and increase the font size for when I record just the narration. How do I add returns to the end of each paragraph to space it out better? I’ve pulled it in to the document using =[Script Only View].Narration
You can concatenate() Char(10) at the end.
When I try this:
[Script Only View].Narration.Concatenate(Character(10)) I just got a block of text.
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Rereading your original comment with the example you have given, it seems like you want to be able to split Script Only View .Narration into several paragraphs, with a line break for each sub-division. If you want to put a line-break, you need to tell Coda exactly where to put the line break.
If .Narrative is what you want to add the line break to, then the formula you have shown is correct.
However, if you want .Narrative to be split into different paragraphs, each with a line break at the end, then you wil need to tell Coda how tell take apart .Narrative.
Could you share a copy of the doc that you are working on?
Sure. You can see it below. I want to write my storyboard in the table at the top, but at the bottom under Formatted script, I want to pull out the narration and show it as a text block below so that I can read it when recording a little easier. I want each row to have a line break after it so that they are paragraphs in the document under Formatted Script. Hope that makes sense.
The simplest method would be to create a view of the table, that hides all the other columns:
But you could also show it as a bulleted list, also shown in the link above’
Hi thanks. Yes, I tried showing a table without the other columns, but I want to increase the size of the font so that it is easier to read as I narrate it. I don’t seem to know how to increase the size of the font in tables. How did you add the bullets when pulled from the table? Ideally I would rather add a line return so I can space things out better.
Thanks for the access - I see now that you already used the table.
Unfortunately, at the moment, in Coda it is not possible to have different font sizes. The only way would be to change the Zoom on the browser you are using.
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