Help wanted, proof reader

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#36 Re: Help wanted, proof reader

Post by jasonDWB » 28 Jan 2014 21:55

It's best doing grammar check on screen,


Can you re send your corrections email again? Dunno,what I did with it.
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#37 Re: Help wanted, proof reader

Post by Amy » 28 Jan 2014 22:30

The way I have been doing it you mean?

Yes, I can resend - both emails or the last one?

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#38 Re: Help wanted, proof reader

Post by monkeynuts » 28 Jan 2014 22:31

jasonDWB wrote:
monkeynuts wrote:
So just screen shot run through OCR then is editable in word etc. The corrected text can then be saved as .txt or similar and can be copied and pasted into your php pages where needed! Save rewriting it all out again - and doesnt touch the coding

MS Word, oh crikey no! With all it's hidden characters and HTML junk it adds to source files when it saves them, that is a real no-no.
With that prog you screenshot what you see on screen! It then runs OCR and you can edit it. You wouldnt see any code!
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#39 Re: Help wanted, proof reader

Post by jasonDWB » 28 Jan 2014 22:36

I think the Amy way of doing seems to work.

I've fixed the close browser bug, added an email field and they can have their resolution advisory and templates emailed to them.

I've also added a continuous narrative as the user progresses the questionnaire. It makes it more intuitive.
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