Override automatic formatting of All Caps or All lowercase

WriterDuet is designed to allow users to create a script without having to use script appropriate formats. You can customize WriterDuet’s formatting however you want.

An example of this might be a Character name. Character names should be in all CAPS, and WriterDuet is designed to detect a Character name and automatically enter text in all CAPS. For various reasons, this may not work well or look right in the script (for instance, MCDONALD versus McDonald). You can use the Capitalize and Lowercase feature to interrupt auto-formatting when desired without disrupting the flow of the script.

Changing case sensitivity of Highlighted text

  1. Highlight text to be changed
  2. Click Format > Capitalize or Lowercase, or use appropriate keyboard shortcut (Capitalize: Ctrl or Cmd+/) (Lowercase: Ctrl or Cmd+\)
  3. Highlighted text will be changed

Changing case sensitivity of entire line or while typing

  1. While the cursor is in the line you want to change, click Format > Capitalize or Lowercase, or use appropriate keyboard shortcut (Capitalize: Ctrl or Cmd+/) (Lowercase: Ctrl or Cmd+\)
  2. The entire line will change to the commanded format