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Posted by Dr Andus
Mar 2, 2014 at 01:31 PM


Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>SENSE is a sort of rare
>beast which facilitates continues switching between the two—but without
>the strong formatting / object embedding features. I can only compare it
>with Brainstorm. In this context, SENSE has much more powerful
>overview/navigation but not clones.

Thanks for the explanation. Do you think SENSE would be useful for reverse outlining? For example, could I paste in/import e.g. a 10k word plain text (or RTF) and then gradually add headings of unlimited hierarchy (i.e. not just the usual 6 of HTML or 9 of MS Word), all the way down to every single paragraph, should it be necessary?

Currently I use Outline 4D or Scrivener for that sort of work, but I’m wondering if SENSE might offer some advantages. Personally I don’t need footnotes, endnotes, referencing or LaTeX, as I either use Markdown and raw EndNote codes (plain text), or just basic formatting in RTF, such as headings, italics, and block quote indentation.