Turn off flagging specifically for omniscience

Hey,
The novel I’m working on (and most of my works) uses 3rd person limited omniscience. So the narrative voice should have access to the thoughts and feelings of the character whose POV I’m writing from. About 53k words in, I’m getting tired of either having do tapdance around the words ‘thought’ and ‘felt’ and the like, or manually rt-click each instance of them and tell it to ignore them. There doesn’t seem to be a checkbox for omniscience of judgemental in the style analysis settings menu, so is there a way to tell the program to ignore these specific word types?

Hi,

I’m not sure if I understand your question right because under Options → Preferences → Spell Checking → Style Analysis you can simply tick ‘Judgmental’ off.

1 Like

Aaaand, I’m a schmuk. I’ve looked there so many times, but I didn’t see it. xD
Thanks!

2 Likes

Glad, I could help :smiley:

1 Like

Hello, if any of you are using Papyrus, can you please tell me how to get rid of that " Unive/My new book" top of every page. It’s driving me mad! Thank you!

Hello, if you are using Papyrus, can you please tell me how to get rid of that " Unive/My new book" top of every page. Thank you!

Hi @interconsult80 ,

if you want to get rid of the header completely right click on the edge of the page, choose ‘Go to master page “Standard”?’ There you can delete the header text.

If you’d like to keep a header but change its content, you can do so via ‘Document’ → ‘Document Properties…’ → ‘Front Matter’. Change your author name and the title of your manuscript or delete them. Voilà :slight_smile:

2 Likes

Thank you, I’ll try!

Thank you very much! Very helpful!

2 Likes