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    Is there a better view?

    Is there a better way to view story data than this?



    I just want to look at all of the titles for the chapters in one of the loaded modules. I should not have to create documents like this:



    EDIT: I am aware of Reference mode.

    Thanks

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    Click on title of the chapter you want to see. Same as setting the group filter. Then you will only see the titles for the selected chapter.

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    Thanks, I do that, but when I can't see the right group easily... I was hoping for better filtering, I guess.

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    Depends on the developer of the module I suppose. I usually put an index page in the first or near the first page of the story entries - and if there's a reference manual then use that.
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    Open the library, and select the module you are wanting to look at specifically.

    It will now show all the exported content contained in that module.

    Click on the story category in the library. A new Story window will open, containing only the stories from the specific module that you selected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear Grounds View Post
    Open the library, and select the module you are wanting to look at specifically.

    It will now show all the exported content contained in that module.

    Click on the story category in the library. A new Story window will open, containing only the stories from the specific module that you selected.
    This is *precisely* what I was looking for - thank you!

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