Check out Answers to Last Questions From 8/10-11 Flare CSS Class by (Neil Perlin). Here is an excerpt:

Hi folks,

Here you go…

Re where else to find the description of the mc commands – download the Flare Styles Guide PDF (see the link in the footer in any Flare help topic). The commands were apparently added recently.

Re the topic popup style customization, covered on pg. 61 of the wokrbook, not…

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Check out Answering questions to break through a block by Scott Nesbitt. Here is an excerpt:

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I don’t believe in writer’s block. But I do know there are times when you just can’t write. The words are in your head. But they don’t travel from your brain to your fingertips to keyboard to screen. You’re frozen.

When that happens, you get frustrated. That makes writing even more…

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Check out What non fiction writers can learn from reading (and writing) fiction by Scott Nesbitt. Here is an excerpt:

The words 'Once upon a time' written out in pen

I’m all thumbs when it comes to writing fiction. I tried my hand at penning short stories early in my professional career and while two of my stories came close to being published, I didn’t get any further than that.

Long ago, I realized that I’m not wired for writing fiction. I do,…

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