RealTeam for a Happier Holiday

’Twas the night before Christmas, And all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, Except for the reporter or scopist desperately editing pages to try to get them out the door… That’s not a description of a happy holiday! The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re eager […]

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“Where’s My File?”

Remember the last time you misplaced something important? For example, I keep my keys in a bowl by my front door. If I forget to put the keys in the bowl as soon as I walk in the door, I’m pretty much guaranteed to put a few thousand steps on my Fitbit searching for them. […]

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Understanding “Tuckable” in Suffix Drag

Many reporters are unsure whether they should choose Yes or No when setting up the Suffix Drag feature. If you’re not sure; or if you’ve ever wondered whether you’ve set this feature properly, today’s blog entry should help! First, for those unfamiliar with this translate option, there are occasions when untranslated steno appears on your […]

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It’s The Little Things

At the end of last month, I had the pleasure of working with and training a wonderful group of reporters at STARCON 19 in Minneapolis. In addition to the five classes I taught, I worked with eight reporters in half-hour, one-on-one sessions to answer questions they needed to have answered, and countless others during breaks […]

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Create New Steno Outlines Without “Extra” Keys

Coming up with simple but unique one-stroke steno outlines for speaker IDs, or AccelerWriters (macros executed during translation to edit from the writer) or even a unique fingerspelling alphabet can be difficult when you’re trying to avoid conflicts. Some reporters and captioners have even asked our developers to enhance future writers to include an “extra” […]

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Effortless File-Finding!

Reporters use a variety of methods for organizing their jobs. Some like to store jobs by date; for example, a job taken on September 16, 2019 would go into a case named September, which is stored along with jobs from January, February, March, etc. in another case named 2019. Other reporters prefer to organize jobs […]

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