I have a draft with a set of numbered items–one is shown below. Immediately below each numbered item is a tabbed item (the word “TRUE” below). I would like to be able just to display just the numbered items (without the tabbed ones). Is there a way to do that? I am using Drafts on my Mac.
True or false? Good arguments are based on “some very basic rhetorical patterns that most of us use on a daily basis.”
You could write an action to process the content to display what you want in a dialog window, web view (HTML prompt), or new draft. You can’t hide content in the draft - you have to generate something new from the source.
I wrote a small action to create a review/checklist prompt.
The note looks like this:
# Checklist: Notation, notation, notation
> A software architecture diagram review checklist
[Structurizr - Help - Diagram review](https://structurizr.com/help/diagram-review) |
[Printable PDF version](https://c4model.com/assets/software-architecture-diagram- review-checklist.pdf)
- [ ] Does the diagram have a title?
- [ ] Do you understand what the diagram type is?
- [ ] Do you understand what the diagram scope is?
- [ ] Does the diagram have a key/legend?
- [ ] Does every element have a name?
- [ ] Do you understand the type of every element? (i.e. the level of abstraction; e.g. software system, container, etc)
- [ ] Do you understand what every element does?