An error occurred while saving the commentTed Maynard commented
The issue with setting the Transcript width is that you can't easily tell if the lines are breaking because you added a return in the right spot or because they are wrapping naturally. A guide that you could pull out would be much more useful. That way you could leave the window set wide, easily see what lines have carriage returns on them, and not have to add returns to all of the time codes.
This is a great idea. We realize scanning every timecode can be a painstaking process. We will consider adding a “highlight overlapping timecode” feature in a future update.
Great idea. We’ll consider a comment feature for a future update. Thanks for the suggestion!
Thanks for writing in the request! It’s great to hear users articulating their suggestions in the comments. We will keep this under consideration for a future InqScribe update.