BoxPress stamps contain icons in their names to help you find and apply them fast.
⬍ indicates a toggler. A toggler is a stamp that, when applied, toggles some attributes between the indicated setting and normal (that is, the unassigned value that inherits from its prototype). The first two stamps in the list are global togglers—so called because they apply to normal_note and thereby to all content notes whatsoever.
⇶ indicates that the stamp applies a key attribute set. The little arrows are supposed to remind you of the horizontal lines making up the Key Attributes Table atop every (enabled) Text Window or Text Pane.
The first two BoxPress stamps are global togglers. This means you can run them without having any notes selected and they will apply universally to all notes.
These toggler stamps are conveniences—they set attributes without having to invoke the Get Info pop-over.
However, due to the magic of prototypal inheritance, a simple stamp, applied to a prototype, can change the appearance (and export: read about
$DEExport here) of all your work. For example, applying the ⬍ Show Date stamp to normal_note will prepend the year.month.day to (nearly) every content note in your TBX.
The six stamps apply to normal_note and to those content prototypes that inherit its key attribute set—audio_note, mapmaker_note, and fillmap_note.
The other content prototypes have their own special sets of key attributes and so remain unaffected.
Running any of the key attribute setters will also turn-on the display of the key attributes (in case they were hidden).
These are amazing conveniences. Select one or more notes and then run a stamp to toggle any of SmartExpression segments (besides Body):
Number | Proticon | Body | Name | Count | Bips
Nothing is more distracting than a bright white screen in a dark room. I always Invert colors on my monitor using ^⌥⌘= when I write in the dark. I actually prefer it. I have made a stamp that will reproduce your View Pane colors when you have inverted colors.
If you cannot Invert colors using the above shortcut, open System Preferences > Shortcuts > Accessibility and check Invert colors. Then, to the right, assign an unforgettable but awkward key combination.
Be careful. These stamp do not merely change the display expression, but the actual name.