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Ability to set body width and font styles in the Publication settings which are applied to the Assignment compose window according to the Publication associated with the Assignment.

Enhancement request:
 
Ability to set body width and font styles in the Publication settings which are applied to the Assignment compose window according to the Publication associated with the Assignment. If no Publication associated, ClearVoice defaults are applied.
 
Pain without enhancement:
 
Writers, editors, and clients add/remove space, and spend inordinate time frustrated by inline image positioning.
 
Function example:
 
At Publication create (and edit mode for existing publications because these things change), the ability to set/update Publication style parameters that are applied within the ClearVoice Assignment composition screen.
 
For example, I have two publications "Publication 1" and "Publication 2".
 
In the Publications Edit screen, I have the additional variables I can set of:
 
1. Content body width (pixels)
2. Font size
3. Font type
 
For Publication 1, I set the variables as (random variables chosen):
 
Content body width: 600
Font size: 4
Font type: Times New Roman
 
For Publication 2, I set the variables as:
 
Content body width (pixels): 540
Font size: 14
Font type: Arial
 
When a user is on the Assignment composition screen, the composition area width along with the font size and type would match the Publication to which the Assignment is assigned. If the assigned Publication changes, the Assignment composition area, width, and font would update with the new Publication's variables.
 
Your team may think of other variables to add. Please don't constrain the feature set to what I've included here.
 
Similarly, you may respond with a this request is not a priority for us. We get it. Our preference would be a decision by mid-September with communication back to us of decision and timeframe (if you elect to move forward with it).
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  • Aug 18 2017
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