I use KM extensively to prepare church bulletins. It provides for consistent formatting. Next question is..... Is there a way to select numbers in a text and then make them be superscript. Importing scripture results in baseline numbers. It would be really handy to have a macro perform this task.
Thanks again for an awesome product.
Can you please post a
Before and After set of text using Code Block?
Actually, in your case, I guess you need to post a zip file of RTF files showing the Before and After, in order for us to see the superscript you want.
Having said that, have you looked at using the
Apply Style to Clipboard action.
Here's a simple example macro to get you going:
MACRO: Create Superscript from Selection [Example]
~~~ VER: 1.0 2019-04-08 ~~~
Create Superscript from Selection [Example].kmmacros (2.0 KB)
Note: This Macro was uploaded in a DISABLED state. You must enable before it can be triggered.
Looks like you already found a better solution here:
This action will go through the text on the clipboard and find each sequence of one or more digits and apply a superscript type to it:
Note that by applying any style, you necessarily get styled text, which means the font will be defaulted to something, probably Helvetica 12 so that will no longer simply take up the font/size of the target text like plain text would.
For Each.kmactions (1.5 KB)