2020-08-28 New Text Mapper feature: map size adjustments

Eric Scheid sent me some feedback regarding Text Mapper and we ended up talking about a new feature to add or trim rows and columns to the map. Until now, adding rows at the top and columns at the left was a problem: you had to do some clever search and replace operations using your text editor if you wanted to do it.

Now, there are more options available to you: below the “Generate Map” button there’s now the following

Add (or remove if negative) rows or columns: top ___ left ___ right ___ bottom ___ add empty [ ]

And it seems to work! We’re still testing it, but if you notice something amiss, let me know.

Some strange things that I’m aware of:

Feel free to share links to your maps in the comments. I always love to see them.

If you don’t know what Text Mapper can be used for, check out the @textmapper bot. It posts a new map every week.

Comments


Please make sure you contribute only your own work, or work licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. Note: in order to facilitate peer review and fight vandalism, we will store your IP number for a number of days. See Privacy Policy for more information. See Info for text formatting rules. You can edit the comment page if you need to fix typos. You can subscribe to new comments by email without leaving a comment.

To save this page you must answer this question:

Just say HELLO