Hey this is a tip that I'd venture other users could find useful:
Selected (highlighted) text in a program like Note/Wordpad can be unproblematically dragged
right into any of the boxes in Peter's program.
To quickly select a single, entire line of text in (e.g.) Wordpad, triple click anywhere within it. (OR a single click in the empty margin to the left of the line's start will work too). This is especially helpful when adding the 'word formulas' you want into the program. Download and open Peter's "greek.txt" from this thread, then simply triple-click and drag each common word formula you want to use right into the appropriate boxes in the program. This method works especially well because each word formula (i.e. all the grammatical permutations of single base word) is on it's own (non word-wrapped) line, so even though a huge word formulas may appear to occupy many lines of text, triple-clicking will still select the entire word formula
And, as all should have learned in kindergarten: [Ctrl]+[A]
is the keyboard shortcut for Select All
! So adding a document into the program (when correctly formatted as Peter specified in this thread's original post, like "justin.txt" from the collection provided earlier in this thread, for example) is as easy as opening the text file, pressing [Ctrl]+[A]
, and dragging the highlighted body into your box-of-choice in the program.
If you narrow your program web browser window to just the left or right half of your monitor, and open a your text files in a Note/Wordpad window occupying the other half, simply clicking and dragging selections right into the program's boxes makes the whole process much faster and easier than you might expect!
This was just the way that worked best in my own case, of course, so YMMV!
P.S.: So, what's this "Mac" word I keep hearing mean, again?