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Ted Goranson
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Oct 16th, 2013, 10:51pm
 
My typing in notes has quite a few macros. Needless to say, rereading and editing my notes is a bit cumbersome with them.

I would like you to define an invisible style that I could toggle on and off. You may want to include viewing control characters with this, though that doesn't match my need.

There would also have to be a marker in macros to make a parameter visible.

Here is a simple example. I have a macro for parentheticals that looks like this:

This was a layering of flavors, each one distinctly worthwhile, but unforgettable in combination, especially with ^do("Parenthetical", "the", "concepts", "4294816577")^ served simultaneously.

(see this in action at <http://blog.tedgoranson.com/personal/best_breakfast.html?outline_listing>)

I should be able to mark some parameters as visible, perhaps thus: ^do("Parenthetical", "the", "concepts", "4294816577")^

To see (in hidden invisibles mode) "This was a layering of flavors, each one distinctly worthwhile, but unforgettable in combination, especially with the concepts served simultaneously.
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