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If I have understand correctly what you are looking for, Scriv 3 already has this capability.
The Documents > Merge command can be used on (even non-contiguous) selected rows in the Outliner view.
Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:17 pm Post
However, the individual documents that make up my overall argument also have to be organised and logically coherent. I sometimes use Omnioutliner to write these individual parts. This allows me to compose my paragraphs with a very clear logical structure. The aim is for the outline to be my finished text, only requiring me to change its formatting from outline to a series of finished paragraphs.
Thu Jun 14, 2018 9:06 pm Post
brookter wrote:]ie you write the first paragraph. Move on to the second one cmd-ctl-right and it's indented. This indent continues for subsequent paragraphs until you change it by cmd-ctl-left to unindent, or cmd-ctl-right to indent further. So you create your outline. You're not happy with the order of the paragraphs, so cmd-ctl-up / down moves them accordingly. When you're happy the structure and the words are perfect, cmd-a to select everything and cmd-opt-0 to reset them all to the default style (and of course the default indent). I'm missing something, and I'm going to look daft, aren't I?
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